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Armed robber hits Loaf n’ Jug

Lu Snyder

FRISCO – As most of Frisco was sleeping, Lisa Lynn was being confronted by a man with a gun.

Lynn, manager of Frisco’s Loaf n’ Jug, was the victim of an armed robbery that occurred shortly after she opened the store at 5 a.m.

Lynn was in the store office when a lone white male entered the store, walked to the office and “produced a handgun” as he demanded money, said Frisco Police Sgt. Tom Devault.

The suspect escaped with a bank bag of money – the amount unknown at this time – within a minute or so of the robbery, Devault said. Lynn was uninjured.

“My understanding is that this took place in less than 60 seconds,” Devault said. He added Lynn did not see a vehicle and police suspect the gunman was on foot.

Police said the suspect is a white male between the ages of 25 and 30, approximately 6 feet 2 inches or taller, 200-220 pounds and has a deep voice. The suspect was wearing a black ski mask, dark pants and a lightweight, dark snowboard jacket with a zipper down the middle.

Though law enforcement officials do not have any leads at this time, Devault said, “We’ll continue to evaluate the information we have and proceed from there.”

If someone finds the bank bag – which is marked Loaf n’ Jug – Devault stressed it’s important to not touch it, as it will be processed as evidence. Instead, contact the police directly. Should anyone have any other leads for the police, they are asked to call the Frisco Police at (970) 668-3579.

The Summit Daily News was unable to reach Lynn for further details.

Lu Snyder can be reached at 970-668-3998 x203 or

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