Apologetic Robber Hits Store For Christmas Money
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COLFAX (CBS13) — A masked robber stormed into a local business and apologized after the robbery.
A woman and her grandson were working at Weimar Grocery Store in Colfax Monday night when the suspect came into the business and demanded cash.
After they turned over the money, the victims say the suspect apologized and said he needed the money for Christmas.
“He said he was very sorry. He didn’t want to do this, but he says he was robbed and that he needed the money for Christmas presents,” explained Sherry Blackburn, robbery victim.
The victims say he got away with the cash but no one was harmed.
The suspect he described as a White male in his early twenties, 6’5”, and was also said to be driving a brown pick-up truck with a red camper shell.