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Police looking for robber in White County

PANGBURN, AR (KAIT) – The White County Sheriff's Department needs your help finding a man they say robbed a Dollar General store in Pangburn by gunpoint.

According to Cpl. Steve Hernandez with the White County Sheriff's Department, Deputies and Pangburn Police were called to the Dollar General on Searcy Street.

According to store employees, the gunman entered the store with his face covered and demanded money. He then ran from the store with less than $1000 in cash.

The man is described as a white male, weighing about 140 lbs. Witnesses say he was wearing a mask, a black hoodie, and overalls.

Anyone with information is asked to call the White County Sheriff's Office at (501) 279-6279 or the Pangburn Police Department (501) 728-4611.  

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