Robberies Keep Greensboro Police Busy Overnight

10:21 AM, Sep 11, 2013   |    comments
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Greensboro, NC-- Police in Greensboro were busy Tuesday night with robbery investigations for different areas in the city.

Around, 11:10 pm, Officers were sent to Battleground Avenue on a robbery of a person call. The victim, Dow Spaulding, told officers while he was walking through a parking lot in the 4800 block of W. Market Street, three men drove up in a car and robbed him.

Spaulding said one of the men in the car pointed a handgun at him and demanded his money and other personal items. The suspects car was described as dark colored sedan.

Officers receive another robbery call around 11:32 pm on Opal Drive. Ronald Kimber Jr., Tamaron Kimber and Sentelius Ellerbe told officers they were inside the house when three men forced their way inside.

According to the victims, all three suspects were armed with handguns. The men robbed them of personal items and ran away. Police said none of the victims required medical treatment. One of the victim's cellphone was later found, police reported.

Around 1:52 a.m, Greensboro 911 received a call from the Super 8 Motel on Seneca Road. Hotel employees told investigators that two men wearing ski masks came the motel lobby, threatened the clerk on duty and demanded money. The suspects ran away after they were given an undisclosed amount of cash.

None of the Super 8 Motel employees were injured, police reported.

Around 3:12 am, officers were dispatched to another robbery of a person call this time on S. Holden Road.

Courtney Wilson and Justin Williams said while talking to three men in the parking lot of Walgreens on W. Market Street, they were robbed by one of the men. According to the victims, one of the suspects pulled a handgun and took their money and personal property. Neither victim was treated for injuries. The suspects car was described as a newer model, black Chevrolet.

Anyone with any information on any of these robberies is asked to call Crime stoppers at 336-373-1000.

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