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Home  |  News  |  Man tries to steal Applebee's register, customers chase him down

Man tries to steal Applebee's register, customers chase him down
Friday, March 9, 2012

 
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - A man found himself sitting in jail after botching a robbery at a Midlands restaurant very early Friday morning.

According to the Richland County Sheriff's Department, 42-year-old Terrell Robinson walked into the Applebees at 102 Two Notch Rd. just after midnight and tried to grab the register from behind the counter. Robinson, however, wasn't able to pull the machine away and took off on foot, investigators said.

Several people eating in the restaurant chased the suspect down and held him until deputies arrived.

He’s being held at Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center on Petit Larceny charges.

Source: http://columbia.wistv.com/news/crime/51701-man-tries-steal-applebees-register-customers-chase-him-down

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