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Police looking for man who solicited sexual favors from store clerk

Police are looking for a man they say offered a convenience store clerk money for sexual favors. The man went into the Amoco, in the 600 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard, on Friday at 3 a.m. and told the clerk he would give her $1,000 in exchange for sexual favors. He then asked if she had a friend who he would then give $200 and the clerk $800 for sex acts.
The clerk told the man she didn’t have friends like that and proceeded to wait on the next customer. The customer claimed he didn’t have enough money to pay for his items. The man then told the customer he could help him make some money by getting the customer to sell marijuana for him. Both men left the store. The investigation continues.

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