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7/11/2006

Armed Man Holds Up Lubbock Pro Cuts

Lubbock Police need your help finding an armed robber.

The suspect may be carrying a semi-automatic pistol used in a hold up around 7:30 Tuesday evening.  It happened at the Pro-Cuts at 5815 82nd.  The man showed the weapon, left with cash and still remains at large.  

If you have any information, you're asked to call Crime Line at 741-1000.

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