Danville Police Have "Person Of Interest" In Armed Robbery

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Updated: 11/12/2012 10:01 pm
Danville Police said Monday that investigators have a person of interest in connection to the armed robbery of a Centre College student and his friend over the weekend.

Police said around 3:00 a.m. Saturday, a student and his friend were walking home from Speedway on West Walnut Street toward a fraternity house.

The reported victims told police that a man in a white bandanna pulled a gun on them and demanded cash. 

The student said when he told the robber that he didn't have any money, the man forced the two to walk to a nearby bank branch and withdraw money out of an ATM.

Police said no one was hurt.

If you have any information that could aid police in their investigation, call Danville Police.
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