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Man robbed at Augusta intersection

Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012 3:51 PM
Last updated 5:59 PM
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Police are looking for a man wearing a military jacket after a robbery at gunpoint at Tubman Home Road and Gordon Highway on Thursday afternoon.

The victim told Richmond County sheriff’s deputies that he had been robbed by a black man wearing a military jacket, brown pants and brown boots.

He was last seen driving north on Tubman Home Road towards Mil­ledge­ville Road in a newer model, grey Chysler, authorities said.

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Riverman1 11/23/12 - 07:45 am
I wonder if the victim was

I wonder if the victim was driving or walking? Not that it matters about his victim status.

OpenCurtain 11/23/12 - 09:13 am
An the description is

"...robbed by a black man wearing a military jacket, brown pants and brown boots."

Using this detailed info the citizenry will jump in their cars and search the area to augment the understaffed RCSO.

Everyone understands (I hope) that the AC report is working with very limited info from the RCSO. It is not the fault of the Reporter.

But if the RCSO wants us to help, despite requiring citizens to play the 40 question 9-1-1- game (35 more than needed). More info needs to be shared.

HINT to 911:
Figure out a way to ask less questions.
Really only 5 basic questions 9-1-1 needs are to get the info and those are: What happened, Where did it happen, When did it happen, How many involved and How much.

Seriously 911 needs to stop asking some really dumb computer generated questions.

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