$50,000 Reward For Brutal Post Office Armed Robbery

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Updated: 5/14/2012 6:01 pm
   It's been a month since a Mercer County postal worker was seriously hurt during a robbery and no one's been arrested.  Now, a $50,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of this suspect. 
     Police say this man walked into the Burgin Post Office around 1 P.M. on April 13th, jumped the counter, pistol-whipped the clerk and got away with some cash. 
     Police say this suspect may have robbed Chills Convenience Store in Danville on April 12th and the Subway in Danville in December.
     Police say the suspect was seen leaving in a green pick-up truck headed toward Danville.
     If you have any information, call U. S. Postal Inspection Service National Law Enforcement Communication Center at 1-877-876-2455, (option 2), and refer to Case #1922942. 
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