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Lawton police look for would-be robber

The would-be robber is described as a white man, 6' and 210 lbs. (Source Lawton Police Department) The would-be robber is described as a white man, 6' and 210 lbs. (Source Lawton Police Department)
(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)
(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)
(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –Lawton police hope you can help them solve an attempted robbery from Tuesday night.

A white man, approximately 6’ and 210 pounds, went into the Cork, Cap and Brew Liquor Store on East Lee Boulevard at 8:40 p.m. Tuesday. The man waved a yellow box cutter and demanded money. One employee had a gun and pointed it at the would-be robber and he took off running and got into a dark colored vehicle.

The Lawton Police Department is asking for any information involving the attempted robbery. If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at 580-355-INFO (4636) or visit www.lawtoncrimestoppers.com. As always, you will receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest and charges being filed.

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