Sullivan Armed Robbery

An armed robbery was reported in Sullivan this morning. Around 9:00 am Sullivan police responded to Express Cash on East Cumberland. The Clerk told police that a white female in her thirties had fled the business shortly before police arrived. The clerk stated that the suspect had walked into the business and demanded cash. The clerk refused at which point the suspect walked behind the counter and displayed a handgun. The suspect then grabbed the bundled cash from a counter and fled the business.
the suspect has a thin build, with facial acne and long blonde hair pulled back into a pony tail. She was wearing sneakers, blue jeans and a red hoodie with pockets and some sort of logo on the front.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sullivan Police Department at 573-468-8001.

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