Update: Robbery suspect arrested in WLR gas station shooting that injured clerk

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Update (Feb. 13): 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Police have made an arrest in connection to an aggravated robbery and shooting at a gas station earlier this month. 

Timothy Bunch was taken into custody Wednesday for shooting a clerk at a Shell gas station on 16900 Cantrell Road, Little Rock Police say. 

During the incident Bunch had left with beer, chips, and cigarettes. 

The clerk has been released from the hospital and is doing well, according to authorities. 

Update:

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Police have released surveillance photos of a suspect from a Wednesday night gas station robbery. 

Little Rock Police are asking the public for help in identifying the man in the photo. 

If you know the identity of this person or recognize the vehicle, please contact detectives at 501-404-3032. Anonymous tips can be called into 501-371-4636.

Original story: 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- A clerk is injured after a shooting at a West Little Rock gas station. 

According to Little Rock Police, the shooter robbed the Shell Super Stop on the 16900 block of Cantrell Road around 7 Wednesday night. 

Police say the shooter left with beer, chips and cigarettes. 

According to police, the shooter is described as a tall and slim black man between 40 to 50 years old, and is wearing black pants, a black short-sleeved shirt with white stripes, wearing a hat with numbers on it, and had a small handgun. 

Investigators say the clerk was taken to a hospital, and is in critical condition at this time.  

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