Robbery Suspect On The Run

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Updated: 10/18/2013 12:21 pm
Georgetown Police are looking for a suspect that forced a women to open a safe at a local restaurant.

Officials say that someone robbed a Burger King on Lexington Road in Georgetown around four a.m. Friday.

Police tell ABC 36 that a man caught up to the manager in the parking lot and told her to go inside and turn off the alarm.

They say he then forced her to open the safe then took some cash.

The suspect told her to get on the floor and give him her keys.
Officers say the man left in the manager’s car which was later found at Southern Elementary School.

They’re still looking for him.

If anyone has any information contact the Georgetown Police Department.

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