Friday, June 29, 2012

Police Looking For Greene County Convenience Robbers
Greene county police are looking for two people that held up a convenience market last night on the Andrew Johnson Highway. It happened around 10:15. A man and woman walked into the store and pulled out a handgun, demanding money. When the cler saw the gun he ducked and the man fired one shot. The clerk was ordered to put money from the register into a bag. The two left the store and got into a 4 x 4 pickup and headed toward Greeneville. It's reported that 1,400 dollars in cash and 25 cartons of cigarettes were taken. (jb)

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