An aggravated robbery with a firearm was reported at a Fort Smith gas station on Saturday, according to a report from the Fort Smith Police Department.

Fort Smith police officers Michael Harris and Wes Sawyer were dispatched to Doug's Also at 5600 Zero St. on Saturday in reference to a holdup alarm. They spoke with a Fort Smith woman, who said a white man came in wearing gray sweatpants, a black head cover, a tan jacket and gray Nike tennis shoes. He had blue eyes, and was about five feet five inches tall. 

The woman reported the man demanded money, telling her he had a gun and not to make him pull it out. The woman could see an outline of a gun in the man's pocket. She told him she already dropped the money for the night, and all she had was a bag with receipts inside. The man then left, and started walking east outside the building.

Harris reported he then talked to a Fort Smith man, who said he was sitting in the parking lot when the holdup happened. This man said the suspect came in walking from the east side of the building and entered the store. The man saw the suspect walk out and back toward the east. A short time later, he saw a silver Dodge Dart or some type of Hyundai vehicle drive off from over by the car wash and head east down Zero Street. The man said he did not know the subject tried robbing the woman until he went in and she started yelling he had done so.

Harris and Sawyer were able to get a picture of the subject from the store's surveillance video. The video shows the suspect wearing a black cap, black socks and a glove on his right hand, and keeping his left hand hidden in his jacket pocket the entire time.

Harris and Sawyer searched the area for the suspect or the vehicle with no success.