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Ellisville hotel clerk robbed at gunpoint

This image from a security camera shows the suspect in the armed robbery of the Best Western Inn in Ellisville Friday night. This image from a security camera shows the suspect in the armed robbery of the Best Western Inn in Ellisville Friday night.
ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) -

Ellisville Police are looking for the man who robbed a hotel clerk at gunpoint Friday night.  They said the suspect entered the Best Western Inn around 9:30 p.m., pulled a handgun, jumped over the front desk counter and took cash. 

He also stole the clerk's purse. 

He left in a white or silver-colored 4-door sedan driven by another person. 

Investigators said the suspect was black, slim-built, about 6-feet-tall and was wearing dark pants, a light-colored, long-sleeved shirt, a baseball cap and a bandana around his neck. He also was wearing light-colored shoes. 

The suspect did not hurt the clerk, but she was taken to the hospital after the robbery complaining of chest pains. 

Her condition is unknown. 

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