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Toledo bar robbed at knife point - again

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

ToledoPolice are trying to find who is responsible for robbing a local bar atknife-point.

Thisis the second time J & D's Side Trip has been robbed at knife point, andemployees say they think it was the same person both times.

Thetwo robberies were about a month apart, but police are trying to figure out ifthey're connected. The most recent robbery occurred Tuesday at 12:30 a.m.According to police reports, someone walked in through the back door with aknife and demanded money. Employees gave it to him and he ran out.

Policesay a similar incident happened about a month ago. They say it's not uncommonfor a suspect to develop a pattern and hit a location twice, but they say theykeep track of all that because those trends are often what help them catchsuspects.

"Thatplays to our advantage sometimes, because the more times they do things likethat, the more chance they have for getting caught," said Sgt. Joe Heffernan.

Anyonewith information that could help police is asked to call Crimestoppers at419-255-1111.

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