MONTVILLE TWP. — Police are investigating a robbery at an Aldi supermarket that was caught on camera.
Police said the robber got away with more than $1,000 just after closing time Sunday.
Shift manager Amanda Endress, 25, of Orrville, told police she was deactivating the automatic doors and locking up just after 7 p.m. Sunday at the market, 3444 Medina Road, when a man approached the door.
After Endress let the man in, he hurried down one aisle and ran back toward Endress, pushing her toward a cash register and demanding, “Open it,” Montville police Sgt. Matthew Neil said.
Neil said the man did not brandish a weapon, but kept his hand under his shirt when he accosted Endress.
“I think she could easily have assumed he had a gun, but he never actually showed one,” Neil said.
Endress opened the register and the man removed $1,100 in cash. He last was seen running west toward FirstMerit Bank, 3460 Medina Road.
Endress alerted the other worker, who was in the store’s office at the time, and called police.
The robber was described as white, in his 40s with flushed skin and “pock marks” from chickenpox or acne.
He wore jeans, a blue sweatshirt and a dark baseball cap with a yellow or orange emblem.
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