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Store employee robbed at gunpoint while making deposit

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

GOOSE CREEK, SC - An assistant manager with the Game Stop video game store in Goose Creek said she was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday night while trying to make a night deposit at the drive-thru of a local bank.

The victim told Goose Creek Police that she was in her car and attempting to make a deposit at the Bank of America on 212 St. James Avenue at about 10:15 p.m. when a man wearing all-black and a "beanie hat" walked up from behind her car and pointed a gun at her head.

The man told her, "Give me all of it," according to an incident report. The man left when she gave him the deposit bag marked "Game Stop". The victim said a white vehicle parked in front of her also left through the Shannon Park Shopping Center toward Central Avenue. The victim told police she thought the car might have been involved in the robbery. The car had a paper dealer tag and tinted windows.

The suspect is described as a black man, approximately 25 to 30 years old, about 6-feet-tall and 190 pounds.

Source: Post & Courier
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