The robbery occurred around 8:20 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, at Dollar General located at 2160 Henry St., police said.
The investigation is ongoing. A suspect description was not released and no arrests were made at the time, police added.
Muskegon Public Safety Director Jeffrey Lewis said the thief displayed a knife during the hold-up and took an undisclosed amount of cash, but no one was injured.
Another Dollar General in Muskegon, located at 381 E. Laketon Ave. near Wood Street, was robbed on Sunday, Jan. 13, by a man wielding a butcher knife.
Officers were unable to say if the two incidents are connected.
Missing Roscommon County man found safe
ROSCOMMON COUNTY - A 52-year-old man reported missing for nearly one week out of Roscommon County has been found safe.
The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office posted an update on its Facebook page Sunday afternoon that Keith John Cunningham was found safe and healthy on Sunday, Jan. 27.
A missing persons complaint had been filed after Cunningham from the Houghton Lake area was last seen around 5:45 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22 driving a green Jeep Grand Cherokee.
No further information was immediately available on when and where he was located.
The update from the county sheriff’s office offered thanks “to everyone who shared this information and helped us to locate Keith Cunningham.”
Authorities close UP highway because of crash, whiteout
SENEY — Authorities in Michigan's Upper Peninsula closed a highway because of a large multi-vehicle crash and whiteout conditions.
Michigan State Police said Sunday afternoon that M-28 in the central UP was closed until further notice. It said the highway was closed between M-77 and M-94, a 25-mile stretch.
Police didn't immediately release details about the crash, but WLUC-TV, citing state police and the Michigan Department of Transportation, reported it was a 13-car pileup.
Sunday morning, authorities closed sections of two interstate highways in the Flint area following multiple crashes amid icy conditions.