A Vacaville Wal-Mart employee was robbed at gunpoint in the store’s parking lot after finishing her shift Tuesday night, police said.Officers responded to the robbery at about 9:30 p.m. at 1501 Helen Power Drive, according to police.The woman had left the store and gotten in her vehicle when a man wearing a ski mask opened the back passenger door and sat inside, police said. The man displayed a black handgun and demanded cash and jewelry, so the woman gave him her immediate possessions. The suspect then told the woman to drive him away from the area, police said. She took him about 100 yards,and he ran from the car.No injuries were reported. Police are working with Wal-Mart security to review parking lot footage and develop additional leads.The suspect is described as a black man between 18 and 30 years old with a small build, wearing all dark clothing.
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