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St. George school locked down in search for bank robber

Published October 5, 2012 1:29 pm
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St. George police locked down an elementary school in their search for a bank robber on Friday.

The robbery happened shortly after noon, when a man walked into the Cache Valley Bank at 1224 S. River Road and passed a noted demanding cash, according to St. George Police Officer Derek Lewis. The teller handed over cash and the robber ran away, headed west.

The Heritage Elementary School is located about a half-mile away in that direction on East Riverside Drive, and officers told students and teachers to stay inside on lockdown as they search for the man.

The Salt Lake Tribune will bring you more information on this story as it becomes available.


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