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Authorities seek man who robbed Family Dollar on Deans Bridge Road

Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 11:12 AM
Last updated 6:42 PM
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Richmond County investigators are searching for a man who robbed a Deans Bridge Road Family Dollar on Sunday evening.

Police said he entered the store at 3355 Deans Bridge Road around 9 p.m. and demanded money. The clerk told deputies it appeared as though he had a gun under his clothing.

The robber, who wore dark pants and a white T-shirt, fled with the money in a tan car that looked like a Toyota Celica.

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wayne2410 10/15/12 - 03:50 pm
Funny how these type of

Funny how these type of things happen in areas that tend to vote democrat. Obama's most loyal supporters at their best here.

OpenCurtain 10/16/12 - 10:28 am
it is the season

to be robbing.

It is a seasonal job and they only get 3 good months to find or buy all those holiday gifts.

Let me say it, to save space later.

Remember to lock your purchases in the trunk and be low profile about what you buy. If you want a Burglar to visit, remember to leave the new expensive item's box in full view at the top of the driveway. Burglars love taking the guess work out of the age old problem of finding new shinny gifts to re-gift ;-) to a close friend.

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