Thursday 14 Dec 2017

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More Weekend Robberies Reported In Goldsboro

Two more robberies were reported to Goldsboro Police this past weekend.

In addition to Saturday’s armed robbery of the Auto Zone on E. Ash Street, the Goldsboro Police Department was informed a 44-year old female had her wallet stolen by an unknown black male suspect in a parking lot on the 100-block of N. Berkeley Boulevard Sunday evening.  The suspect reportedly jumped on the victim from behind and fled south on foot with the wallet.

A 43-year old victim was also attacked and her wallet stolen as she was loading groceries into her vehicle in a parking lot on the 1800-block of E. Ash Street Sunday evening.

3 Comments

  1. Lil old lady says:

    It is awful that one can’t feel safe at the darn grocery store! So I guess the decent people in Goldsboro need to be in their homes by dark and not leave it til sunrise! Big brave men attacking women and hitting them in the face!

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    • joey says:

      I was always against carrying a sidearm because most never had any training on how to use one nor how to safeguard it while carrying it. I have in the past year started carrying my 9mm Glock. God help anyone that crosses me, they will get to see what the military taught me

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    • BP says:

      Desperate fools at the end of their pitiful rope……robbed by a sweet old lady in a golf cart….and I didn’t even see it comin! In reality, this is terrible. We must all keep our eyes out and be ready to help our fellow citizens if we see something out of the ordinary….as long as it is safe.

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