Sunday, October 06, 2002

Armed Thriftway robber flees with cash




        COLERAIN TWP. - An armed man robbed a bank in a Thriftway store on Colerain Avenue Saturday afternoon and fled with an undetermined amount of cash.

        Hamilton County Sheriff's deputies said the man entered the store at 10180 Colerain Ave. at 1:19 p.m. and went to the U.S. Bank branch within the store, where he handed a teller a note and demanded money. Police said he was brandishing a semiautomatic handgun.

        Police described the suspect as white, 5-foot-8-inches with a medium build, wearing dark glasses, a green hat and a black jacket, and carrying a black bag.

        No one was hurt in the robbery.

       



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