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Palmyra police seeking help in theft investigation inside delivery truck

Posted: Mar. 25, 2013 11:19 am Updated: Apr. 8, 2013 12:15 pm

PALMYRA, Mo. — The Palmyra Police Department is asking the public for help in trying to solve a recent robbery.

Palmyra Police Chief Eddie Bogue said an undetermined amount of cash was taken from inside the cab of a wholesale food delivery truck while it was parked in an alley off the 100 block of Lafayette on March 19. Witnesses said the suspect's vehicle was believed to be gold and could be a Chevrolet Impala. Both people inside the vehicle were men. The passenger was a black male with dreadlocks and glasses. The driver also was believed to be a black male. No force was used in the crime.

Anyone with information about the case should call the police department at (573) 769-5540.

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