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Aiken police looking for armed robber

Thursday, March 13, 2014 12:17 PM
Last updated 6:47 PM
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Aiken police are searching for a man who robbed Approved Cash Advance at gunpoint Wednesday morning.

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At 10:10 a.m., the robber, dressed in black with a camouflage scarf, demanded cash from an employee at the business at 1010 York St. and ran away with the cash, an Aiken Department of Public Safety news release said.

The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office Bloodhound Team was called in to assist.

The bandit was described only as black, tall and skinny. Police have not been able to determine whether he fled on foot or in a vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Margaret Moore at (803) 642-7684 or Crimestoppers at (888) CRIME-SC.

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dichotomy 03/13/14 - 12:53 pm
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+1 living the dream

+1 living the dream

jimmymac
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jimmymac 03/14/14 - 08:44 am
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The picture of this robber is the biggest joke of the year. It shows absolutely nothing but his clothing which is the uniform of the day for thugs.

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Dixieman 03/14/14 - 10:32 am
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Yes indeed...

...he just listened to Obama's speech on income inequality as a national problem and decided to accelerate the attempt to turn America into a socialist paradise.
You got a problem with that? Racist!
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