Elk Mound police seek help identifying suspect who drove vehicle into convenience store

Elk Mound (WQOW) – Elk Mound police are hoping someone can help them identify a person who allegedly backed their vehicle into the Travel Stop convenience store in Elk Mound.

The incident happened on July 29 at the convenience store located at 306 East Menomonie Street. The suspect caused about $890 in damage. 

According to police, after moving the concrete parking curb and hitting the building, the suspect drove forward, got out of his vehicle and looked at the damage. The person was wearing a "safety yellow" shirt and baseball cap. The suspect then walked into the south entrance of the Travel Stop, purchased soda and then drove away. 

The Travel Stop wants to be paid for the damage. Police have not been able to identify the suspect.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Elk Mound Police Department at (715) 879-4411 or police@elkmound.org.

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