Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Police Search for Parking Lot Robber
A back surgery patient was at his doctor’s office when he received even more injuries. Bristol, TN police say the victim was attacked and robbed in the parking lot of the Bristol Professional Building off Bristol Highway. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of a knife wound to his chest. The motive of the robbery was prescription narcotics, which the victim had in his car. Investigators describe the suspect as a Hispanic male about 5'4". He was wearing a gray jersey, dark pants and tennis shoes. Witnesses say the suspect has a dagger tattoo on his left arm.
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