A man armed with a machete robbed a Portland market of pepperoni sticks Saturday morning.
Portland police said the robbery happened at 10:30 a.m. at B & C Foods at12918 Southeast Foster Rd.
The robber entered the market, picked up a frozen pizza, some candy and some pepperoni sticks. He then threatened the victim with a machete before leaving without paying for the food.
Police said the armed man was last seen heading north 128th Avenue from Foster Road. He was described as white, in his early 20s and 5'7" tall with a thin build, light-colored hair and a goatee. He wore all black clothing, a baseball cap and carried a machete in his pants.
Anyone with information about this robbery is asked to call 503-823-0405.
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