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Crimestoppers needs your help

Cache_Crimestoppers needs help in solving a robbery that occurred at 102 S. 7th Street - a residence in Cache, Oklahoma.

The robbery happened in the afternoon hours between 12:15 p.m. and 12:30 p.m., on Friday, April 18.  The victim, after arriving home, and while attempting to unlock her front door, was confronted from behind by a masked male, armed with a knife.  He demanded that she give him her money.

A short struggle ensured, and the victim was rendered unconscious.  When she came to, she discovered cash missing from her purse.

She described the suspect as either a white male, or light toned Native American male, with brown hair and dark brown eyes.  The suspect stood between 5'0" and 5'7" in height and weighed approximately 165 pounds.  The suspect was wearing a black ski mask, a light colored blue shirt, and blue jeans.

If anyone has information concerning this robbery, contact Crimestoppers at 580-355-INFO.  As always you never have to give your name.  If your information leads to an arrest and felony charges being filed in this case, you will receive a $600 cash reward.

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