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Columbia, KY Police investigating armed robbery at UCB

Robber takes undertermined amount of cash at gunpoint from United Citizens Bank, Campbellsville Road Branch. Employee, employee's vehicle taken at gunpoint. Employee released, car recovered at Dollar General Store. Robbery under investigation under supervision of Officer Tracy McCarol.
If anyone has any information please contact the CPD at 270-384-4119, dispatch at 270-384-6466 or any local law enforcement agency.

From Columbia, KY, Police Department

On Monday, October 15, 2012, at approximately 3:30pmCT, the Columbia Police Department responded to an armed robbery at United Citizens Bank branch, 1582 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY.

The perpetrator, an approximately 60 year old male weighing around 200 pounds, entered the bank wearing a dark coat, blue jeans and a camouflage hunting hat and asked to speak with a loan officer.

He then took a bank employee as well as the employee's vehicle at gunpoint along with an undetermined amount of cash. The perpetrator then ordered the bank employee out of the vehicle and fled. Police recovered the vehicle at Dollar General Store on Campbellsville Road.

The employee was not injured and the case is under investigation by Columbia Police Department Detective Tracy McCarol. The Columbia Police Department was assisted by the Adair County Sheriff's Department.

If anyone has any information please contact the CPD at 270-384-4119, dispatch at 270-384-6466 or any local law enforcement agency.

This story was posted on 2012-10-15 16:33:45
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