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The incident happened on March 8, 2021 at approximately 12:15 early in the morning. At a business on the 400 block of North Broad Street. A woman waited until the employee was no longer in view, she then went behind the counter, opened the register and took a large amount of cash. The woman then fled the business. She was seen earlier in the business with a man, but left moments before the theft happened. Suspect number one is described as woman in her mid 30s with a heavy build, about 5'6" tall, dark hair, wearing a long sleeve zip up shirt with grey horizontal stripes, grey sweat pants with writing on the left knee, a white and black facemask, white ballcap, and black Nike shoes. The second suspect is described as a man, medium build, about 5'6" tall, grey or light coloured hair pulled back into a ponytail. He was wearing a black jacket, jeans, dark facemask, and a dark ballcap with black shoes.

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