Police explain why this suspect’s face may look odd

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(Courtesy: Louisville Police Department)

LOUISVILLE, Ohio — The Louisville Police Department is following some leads on a robbery but would still like anyone with information to get in touch.

According to the department’s Facebook page, it happened at the Family Dollar on North Chapel Street in Louisville, Stark County around 9 p.m. Saturday.

A white female entered, locked the door, showed a hand gun, ordered two clerks to the floor and bound their hands and feet.

She got away with an undisclosed amount of money.

Police described the woman as being 5’4″ with a slender build and pale skin.  She was wearing light colored shoes, dark pants, a dark shirt or coat with a hood and large framed sunglasses.

She also had a large medical bandage covering the left side of her face and wore an excessive amount of makeup.

If you know anything about the robbery, please call the Louisville Police department at 330-875-1607.


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