In South Carolina, it has been reported that law enforcement officers are looking for a man who robbed a cash advance store in North Charleston by the name of First American Cash Advance.
The robbery took place on Wednesday morning and the North Charleston Police Department responded to reports after being called by store employees.
An eye witness told police her is that a black male entered the business while talking on a cell phone and asked the victim if the business handled Western Union transactions. As the employee got the forms for the transaction from a desk, the man took out a plastic bag and told the employee, "Give me the money, I don't want to hurt you."
The victim took the money from the drawer and placed it in the robber's bag. The man then took the money and exited the business. $1,474 was stolen from the company.
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