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'Check Into Cash' Store Robbed In Georgetown

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Updated: 11/16/2012 10:13 pm
Georgetown Police said a man walked into a 'Check into Cash' store on Osbourne Drive Friday afternoon, and said to the manager on duty, "give me the money."

Police said the manager opened the cash drawer and that the suspect took out all the cash and stuffed it into his pocket.

Police said the robber then demanded the rest of the money, so the manager went to her desk and gave him a bag with more money in it.

Police said the suspect then ordered the manager to the back of the store where he told her to go into the bathroom.

Police said she complied and shut the bathroom door.  She told police the robber told her not to move and then he left the store.

Police said as soon as the manager heard the front door chime and then heard the door close, she left the bathroom, hit the panic button and locked the front door.

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