Wednesday, June 17, 2009

HSBC Bank Ridgemont Plaza Robbed

Greece Police are looking for a man who robbed the HSBC Bank just before 12 p.m. It happened at the branch on West Ridge Road in the Ridgemont Plaza.

The suspect showed a note demanding cash and left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.

He is described as being 20 to 25 years of age, 5’8”, 170 pounds wearing a long-sleeved gray shirt, Khaki cargo pants, a dark colored ball cap and sunglasses.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911.


WHEC.com

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Auberger's profile, sans the age.

Maybe he botoxed up and tried to pull a job.

Either that, or what's his name's son, since he no longer gets a check?

Anonymous said...

According to the D&C "The man did not display a weapon during the robbery." just the other day didn't Lt. Wise say these crimes are larcenies and not robberies like the Kwikfill case?

Anonymous said...

Making fun of a very serious crime is totally inappropriate, but unsurprising and expected on this site. I'm sure the tellers didn't think it was funny. I think you should add an minimum age for commenting SCATS, the children are running amok. That or it's just the Greece democrats doing what they do best. Keep up the good work guys!

SCATS said...

To 7:40PM ~~ Carding people who BLOG? Sounds terribly controlling to me. Given that and your dig about Dems, we'll have to assume you're Republican ;)

Anonymous said...

Orrrrrr, someone who thinks that was inappropriate. Sorry if you don't. Robbery isn't funny. Nor is the trauma the teller experienced. Sorry if I offended those here that think its a big joke.

SCATS said...

To 8:40PM ~~ Since YOU were the one to make the topic political by bringing up the Democrats, please don't go and try to make SCATS out as the "bad guy" now that you want to change the topic back to the robbery ;)

Anonymous said...

8:40,
the joke is our pd who can't catch a criminal without help from three other agencies and our supervisor who hired them. Isn't it time for an update on the internal investigation again? Do we need to hire another half dozen overpaid suits to continue?

Anonymous said...

What makes 7:40 think that a crooked supervisor who hires cronies and drags this town into the gutter for HIS political gain is something that EVERYONE in this town regardless of what they do, who they work for or even if they are registered to vote don't care about?

Amazing.

Anonymous said...

And the smearing of our officers continues by the posters here, shocking.

No, not "bad guy" SCATS, "bad girl."

SCATS said...

To 8:06AM ~~ You 're entitled to your wrong opinion. Please show me where Greece officers have been "smeared" without much help from Greece officers. I think your bigger beef is with people pinning the mess on Auberger's lapel ;)

Anonymous said...

from Anon 9:01 - "the joke is our pd who can't catch a criminal without help from three other agencies..."

FYI, it's 4 posts up from the bottom.

Anonymous said...

5:19: I don't understand. WHAT (other than 10:48's post) is four posts up? What are you implying?

Anonymous said...

anon 9:01's post. start counting with SCATS' 10:07 post. 5:19 is a response to SCATS @10:07.

Anonymous said...

to 5:19 - I wrote 9:01. As they say, the truth hurts. My statement wasn't a smear, it's the history of GPD. Look for yourself. Unless the suspect is still at the scene with a weapon in hand, they can't solve a murder. Adeline Park and Timothy Milgate are two great examples. The guy who cut his family and Roderick Scott stayed put or we'd still be wondering "who done it?" with those incidents too.