Campbellsville Bank Reports Suspicious Person

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Updated: 10/29/2013 6:21 pm
Campbellsville Police responded to a report of a suspicious individual in the Citizen Bank and Trust on KY 210 and Nancy Cox Drive today.

Bank tellers told police that a man entered the bank at around 3:00pm., and spoke to one of the employees.

According to the tellers, the man's behavior was erratic and suspicious.

Police attempted to stop a car that matched the description of the vehicle given by bank employees, but the driver - Eugene Earl Gentry, 53 - sped off down KY 55.

Police say Gentry eventually ran off the road and struck another vehicle.

Gentry was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Hospital.

The case remains under investigation. 

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