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Honey Farms Clerk Assaulted During Robbery in Worcester

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

 

Early Monday morning Worcester Police responded to a reported armed robbery at the Honey Farms Market located at 872 West Boylston Street. Police found that the 30-year-old male clerk was suffering from a cut on his head which caused heavy bleeding when they arrived.

The clerk informed the officer that he was struck over the head with either a baseball bat or pipe as he came from the back of the store heading towards the register. The victim stated that he briefly lost consciousness. The register drawer was removed from the counter.

The victim had very limited suspect description other than saying one may have been a female while the other was a male. The victim stated that it was the male that struck him over the head with the object.

The victim was treated at the scene by Worcester EMS and then transported to a nearby hospital. The victim received several sutures and then released.

WPD detectives were called to the store. Members of the Crime Scene Unit arrived and processed the scene.

At approximately 5:27 AM, officers were dispatched to Quinsigamond Community College for a report of a found cash register drawer. The drawer was located in the baseball field. Members of the Crime Scene Unit arrived and processed the evidence. A search of the area for other evidence produced negative results.

 

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