Police Investigating Second Armed Robbery At Philips 66 In Cedar Hill
CEDAR HILL TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Robertson County Sheriff’s office has confirmed with Smokey Barn News that they are in fact investigating another alleged armed robbery in the same parking lot of the Phillips 66 gas station where a Clarksville man lost his life just days ago.
Though officials have yet to definitively confirm, sources tell Smokey Barn News that it was another parking lot meet-up sale gone bad.
Officials tell Smokey Barn News that the incident occurred just after 2 PM Saturday afternoon.
As before, the suspect or suspects have fled the scene and are currently at large, however no one was injured in the incident Police said.
According to PIO Ryan Martin with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, detectives are currently on the scene investigating the incident, as more information becomes available it will be made available to the public.
Smokey Barn News did speak to one of the employees at the Phillips 66 station. She told us when she arrived at work this afternoon police were everywhere and she was shocked to learn that something like this could have happened again.
UPDATE: Police identify suspect and release more information… FULL STORY
On October 25th Jonathan Outlaw, a former TSU & Clarksville Police officer, met three males at the Philips 66 In Cedar Hill to discuss the purchase of his 2015 Chevrolet Camaro that he had posted for sale on Craigslist. (See ad). During the meeting, the three suspects attempted to steal the car from Mr. Outlaw subsequently shooting him as they fled the scene with the stolen vehicle. Read More…
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