Since there are always two sides to every story, Lincoln police want to talk to the man who allegedly demanded money from a store clerk.
A surveillance camera took a picture of the man at the counter of Rhino Stop at 2000 West O Street November 22. The clerk says the man told her, “Give me the money”. When she responded, “What money,” the man replied, “The money in the register.”
The clerk tells police she felt threatened and told the man he should not “be doing this”. At that point, the man claimed he was only joking and left the store.
The clerk tells police that she believes he intended to commit a robbery.
If you know who he is (see attached pictures), let police know by clicking here.”
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