Non-Stop Thrift Store Robbed In Springfield

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Smokey Barn News
Friday October 24, 2014
Springfield, Robertson County, Tenn.

Non-Stop Thrift Store Robbed In Springfield

On Thursday October 23, 2014 at 4:30 PM Springfield police officers were dispatched to the Non-Stop Thrift Store located on 3322 Highway 41 South in reference to a robbery.

The clerk reported that an African-American male entered the store wearing a black ski mask with large sunglasses demanded the store’s cash.

Victim stated the suspect did not display a weapon but led her to believe he was armed by the way he had his hand in his pocket.

The suspect fled from the store on foot after taking an undisclosed amount of money.

The victim was not injured during the incident. The suspect is described to be approximately 6’4, large build with a deep raspy voice.

Anyone with information regarding these cases is encouraged to contact Springfield police at 615-384-8422 or Crime Stoppers at 615-382-3799.

All information is anonymous and Crime stoppers will pay up to $1000.00 for  information that leads to an arrest.

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Latest Comments
  1. Marsha Vick

    So sad people would rather steal, rob and murder than apply themselves and find a job. Don’t they know that someday they will have to answer to such as this? Too many guns in the wrong hands. Less guns on the street, less murders and robberies. People don’t care anymore who they hurt, physically or emotionally. I was robbed at gun point about 9 years is very frightening. Now they rob you and a majority of the time shoot you for no reason. It’s becoming more dangerous every day. I am thankful to God that no one was hurt, but this will be with the victims forever.

  2. Kristie Edwards

    Who wears a ski mask and big sunglasses? Sounds fishy to me.