Armed man robs LoanMax location in Harrison Twp. 


UPDATE @ 1:10 p.m. 

Deputies are searching for a man who robbed the LoanMax title loans store in Harrison Twp. 

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A man entered the store at 4301 North Main Street around 10:15 a.m., displayed a handgun and demanded cash, according to a media release from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. 

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Deputies describe the suspect as a man wearing glasses, a white ,gray, and green striped shirt, white gloves, and a green bandanna covering his face. 

The man fled the store on foot heading towards Nottingham Road. A K9 officer responded to attempt to track the suspect but was unsuccessful. 

The incident remains under investigation by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

FIRST REPORT

Deputies are investigating a report of an armed robbery at the LoanMax title loans location in Harrison Twp. Thursday morning. 

The incident was reported at the location at 4301 North Main Street around 10:15 a.m.



Initial reports indicate a man, wearing a bandanna covering his face, entered the store, and displayed a gun. It was not immediately known if anything was taken. 

The suspect has reportedly fled the area on foot heading towards Nottingham Road, dispatchers said. 

It was not known if an arrest was made, and additional details were not available. 

We’ll update this page when we learn more. 


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