Police Search For Woman Who Robbed Transylvania University

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Updated: 11/14/2013 9:40 pm
Transylvania University is investigating an armed robbery that occurred Thursday afternoon.

Officials say that around 12:30 a woman walked into the Old Morrison Building Accounting Office on campus, demanding money.

The woman implied that she had a weapon. She ran away with a small amount of cash.

The university sent out alerts all over campus.

Transylvania University says it is looking for a heavy set woman with dark clothing.

University Police, and  Lexington Police, have been out all afternoon patrolling the campus.

They believe that the suspect has left the campus, but they are taking all precautions.

If anyone has any information, contact police.

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