FRAMINGHAM _ Southborugh Police are looking for a Framingham man, they believe is responsible for an armed robbery.
Southborough Police tried to arrest him on Thursday night, near the Madison Place apartments, but he got away.
Wanted is Orlando Gonzalez, 33, whose last known address is 770 Water Street Apt. 3 in Framingham.
Editor’s Note: The media release said 770 Water Street, which is Nobscot Plaza. Source has requested clarification from Southborough Police if they meant 7 Water Street?
An arrest warrant was issued for him today, in connnection with an armed robbery of a Gulf Station on December 30.
The Warrant seeks Gonzalez on charges of armed and masked robbery, larceny from building, receiving stolen property, and several motor vehicle charges.
According to a media release, Gonzalez is also known to reside at 55 Cordaville Road in Ashland, and 1437 Madison Place in Southborough.
“We are looking for him,” said Police Chief Kenneth Paulhus. “He should be considered possibly armed and dangerous.”
“Southborough officers pursued the vehicle eastbound on Rte. 9 before terminating near the Mass. Pike on-ramp in Framingham,” police said the release.
On Dec. 30, two masked men entered the Gulf gas station at 344 Turnpike Road, and assaulted the clerk before fleeing in a vehicle with an undetermined amount of cash from the register, according to the release. release.
A review of surveillance footage showed two men entering the business wearing ski masks, gloves and dark clothing. One was armed with a handgun while the other had a metal bar.
“The clerk was pushed to the ground, but he was uninjured,” the chief said.
Police have not identified the other suspect yet.
Any individuals with information should call Detective Keith Nichols at the Southborough Police at 774-249-0355 or 508-485-2121.
Photos courtesy of Southborough Police