POLICE: More Photos Released Of Downtown Robber

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Police have released even more pictures of a man they say robbed a woman in downtown Greenville Thursday morning.

The 39-year-old victim was walking down 4th Street when she was held-up near Evans Street.

Friday afternoon police released the additional photos from downtown surveillance camera after they reviewed other locations and spotted the man.

A police report says the robber made off with the woman's purse containing $20 in cash, her driver's license and a debit card.

The man was last seen walking westbound on 4th Street.

A weapon was never shown, and the victim wasn't hurt.

Anyone with information should call CrimeStoppers at 252-758-7777.


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Greenville officers are looking for the man they say robbed a woman just blocks from the police department early Thursday morning.

Police were called to the intersection of 4th and Evans Streets in Greenville around 1:15 a.m. for the report of a strong-armed robbery.

No weapon was shown and the 39-year-old victim wasn't injured, according to officials.

Downtown surveillance cameras show the robber walking behind the woman at the intersection. It appears the man was wearing a gray jogging suit and white tennis shoes.

A police report says the robber made off with the woman's purse containing $20 in cash, her driver's license and a debit card.





 
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