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Woman tied up during robbery

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –More information has come out surrounding Tuesday's early morning robbery at a Lawton business.

An employee at Federal Cash Advance, at Northwest Cache Road and 23rd Street, told police she had just come back inside from taking out the trash when she was grabbed by the robber. She said she went unconscious, and when she woke she was tied up in the back of the store and the robber was gone.

Police have not said how much money was stolen.

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