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3 detained after robbery at Dollar General


UPDATE @ 11:27 a.m.

Three people are being detained after police responded to a robbery at the Dollar General, 445 Salem Ave., and later seized what is believed to be the getaway vehicle.

Those being detained were found in the Pontiac that was stopped at North Broadway Street and Harvard Boulevard.

Police tell us one person went into the store while the other two waited in the car.

UPDATE @ 10:49 a.m.

Police have located what they believe is the getaway vehicle used in a robbery at the Dollar General, 445 Salem Ave.

Officers have secured the vehicle at the intersection of North Broadway Street and Harvard Boulevard.

It’s unclear whether a suspect has been apprehended.

The Dollar General on North Main Street was robbed over the weekend.

EARLIER

Police in Dayton are investigating a robbery at the Dollar General, 445 Salem Ave.

Officers responded to a robbery in progress call at the store at approximately 10:25 a.m.

The store was closed immediately after the incident.

We’re working to learn more about what happened.

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