Cleveland Heights Police Investigating Armed Robbery at Gas USA

Employees at the Noble Road station said a man with a gun stole cash from the register.

Cleveland Heights Police said that employees at Gas USA on the 2600 block of Noble Road reported an armed robbery at about 12:58 a.m. Sept. 3.

One man came into the store with a gun and stole cash from the register. Another suspect waited outside, according to police.

Police are still investigating the crime and said no further information was available.

Reports compiled from call logs and information from the .

Nunov Yorbisnis September 06, 2012 at 04:19 PM
First of all, why is that station still there? I thought CH declared ity a nuisance b/c of all the drugs, kids fighting and general shenanigans. Second, yesterday as I drove by, I noticed that they had a "check cashing" sign. I said to myself, they are just asking to get robbed! Most gas stations have safes that they make hourly deposits into. If you are doing check cashing, you have to have enough money on hand to conduct business. In any case, when you sell flavored blunts, single serving malt beverages, flavored rolling papers and "legal highs", you probably should not also have large sums of cash laying around. Just sayin'. \
Lisa Rainsong September 07, 2012 at 11:26 AM
As a longtime resident of this neighborhood, I have to second what Eve said: WHY is that station still there?! I was so hopeful when I read that it was declared a nuisance and would be closed down. Our neighborhood would be much safer if this really happens. Neighbors, I think we need an update from the city about this!


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