Decatur Police need help solving crime of the week
The Decatur Police Department needs your help in solving this week's crime of the week.
At approximately 11:00pm on 5/23/13, an armed robbery occurred at Casey's General Store, located at 1525 W. Mound Rd. Suspect #1, a black male, entered the store armed with a handgun, wearing all dark colored clothing, a black colored ball cap, white Nike shoes with a black swoosh and a blue and white colored bandanna covering his lower face. Suspect #1 held the employees at gunpoint.
Suspect#2, a black male, wearing all dark colored clothing and a bandana covering his lower face had a duffle bag. Suspect #2 removed cigarettes and US Currency from the safe and registers placing them in the duffle bag. Both suspects fled the store on foot in a southerly direction.
The Decatur Police Department needs your help in solving this crime. If you have any information about this crime, please call crime stoppers at 423-TIPS. You do not have to give your name. Crime stoppers will pay $500 or more for information that leads to an arrest on the crime of the week. Crime stoppers will also pay cash for information that leads to an arrest of any person responsible for a felony crime in Macon County.
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