State police ID man accused of robbing Wawa at gunpoint

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SPRINGFIELD -

New Jersey State Police says that they have identified the man accused of robbing a Springfield Township Wawa at gunpoint.

Police say 58-year-old Michael Siriani, of Mount Holly, robbed the Wawa at gunpoint, stealing money and a Caesar wrap.

State police released surveillance photos of the robbery on social media. Tips from the public identified the suspect as Siriani.

Siriani is facing armed robbery charges. Police say that he planned to turn himself in to police on Tuesday, but never showed up.

Police say that he is to be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached.

Anyone who might have any information about Sirani’s whereabouts is asked to call the State Police Bordentown Station at 609-298-1171.

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