Surveillance Photo In Greenville Robbery

Greenville Police have released surveillance pictures taken during a strong armed robbery at an ATM

Police say the robbery happened on Wednesday, April 29, at 12:38 a.m. at the State Employees Credit Union on 300 West 1st Street.

Mary Williams, 20 years-old of Greenville told police she withdrew $20.00 from the ATM, the suspect got out of a older white vehicle and threatened physical force if she did not hand over the $20.00. Williams says after she gave the female suspect the money, that individual got back into the older white vehicle with two men and drove away.

If you recognize the person in the photo you are asked to call police.

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  • by Anonymous on May 11, 2009 at 06:51 AM
    The two men in the car were black. Of course I heard that from an anonymous source because the government and the media want you to help locate criminals without knowing what they look like. Political correctness being what it is, it has been deemed unfair to use the term young black male again and again. For all we know this may be a light skinned african american in the picture and the guys in the car could have been green. You never get discriptions any more.
  • by Parent in Greenville on May 10, 2009 at 05:17 AM
    Ok, when it's a white kid committing a crime, it's lack of parenting, but if it's a black kid, they're in a gang. You white people better wake up if you think your kids aren't in gangs. Some of you are so naive, that you're almost stupid.
  • by citizen1 on May 9, 2009 at 09:44 AM
    Uh..if anybody threantens "physical force" with me at an ATM they had better have more than a threat or bad breath.
  • by delta Location: Greenville on May 9, 2009 at 09:04 AM
    She does not neccessarly belong to a gang as mentioned, just a simple lack a parenting. Thats probably the number 1 problem today i slack of parenting which can lead to other things such as gangs. Its taking the easy way out to put things off on things such as must be a gang, must be this, must be that but we as a society need to take a hard look at ourselves and look at the root cause and ask ourselves what can we do at home to encourage our kids to have respect, be disciplined, integrity etc etc, all the things that parents use too take time to teach there kids. When I grew up this essentials where taught. We grew up being respected and we gave respect in return. Back then the mother was mostly at home but that is not an excuse. We have to stop making excuses of why we can"t and remember and act on all the reasons why we should make time for our kids as a society and teach then the core values and not depend on the school system too do it. Schools are teaching math not values.
  • by G Location: Greenville on May 9, 2009 at 12:43 AM
    Funny thing is, I said that because that's what most people up here say when it's a black person committing a crime. Guess when they're not black there's a more noble reason of why they had to commit the crime.
  • by The Wise One Location: NC on May 8, 2009 at 11:05 PM
    Nice comment, G. Bon, that's what most people up here are: narrow-minded.
  • by OMG Location: 27889 on May 8, 2009 at 08:55 PM
    It kind of looks like my old friend from high school, I really hope it's not the case, but sadly it would not surprise me =/
  • by Bon Location: Greenville on May 8, 2009 at 07:14 PM
    yes G, precisely, assume she's in a gang. she could be junky. stop being so narrow minded.
  • by G Location: Greenville on May 8, 2009 at 06:40 PM
    She must be apart of a gang.

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