Thursday 23 Nov 2017

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Person Robbed While Leaving Tobacco Store

A person is robbed at gunpoint while leaving a Goldsboro tobacco store. The victim told Goldsboro Police he was exiting the A&H Tobacco Shop on the 300-block of N. George Street around 8 PM Sunday night when he was approached by two unknown black males.  One suspect brandished a long black revolver and told the victim to give up his belongings.  The armed suspect then reportedly grabbed a wallet containing $300 cash from the victim’s pocket.  Both suspects fled north on N. George Street.

Suspect 1 is described as a black male in his 40’s, 5’4″, 150-pounds with an average build and medium length dreads.

Suspect 2 is described as a black male with light skin complexion in his 20’s, 5’4″, 150-pounds with short hair.

4 Comments

  1. Adamrothman says:

    Those were two little fellows

    Reply
  2. YGTBSM! says:

    A thug in La Grange was forever retired this past Sunday. Don’t know if it was a concealed carry permit or not One less thug thugh..

    Reply
  3. Kelly Tom says:

    One day thugs are going to rob a conceal carry permit holder and bang bang out you go.only then is it going to stop.

    Reply

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