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Posted on: October 15, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Police No Longer Looking for Information Following Robbery from Previous News Release

Update: We are no longer looking for the vehicle and we found that there was no robbery. The case will be routed to the DA’s office for review to determine if the reporting party will be charged with Filing a False Police Report. Initiating a False Report is a Class A misdemeanor and it tasks police and investigative units that already have a full case load.

A short time before 1 a.m. on October 10, police responded to a robbery in the area of Kinsrow Ave. and Commons Dr., near the O Bar. Police received information that the 27-year-old male victim was forced to stop by two suspects in a vehicle described as a white (flat matte) two-door Nissan 350z, new in appearance, shiny silver-spoked wheels, tinted windows, no license plates and a loud exhaust. The vehicle pulled into the victim’s path and the suspect in the passenger seat, wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and black bandana, face covered, threatened the victim with a knife and demanded his possessions. The vehicle then left the location with the victim’s property and was last seen driving east on Kinsrow and into Springfield.

If anyone has further information about this incident or the involved suspects, please call detectives at 541.682.5166.


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