MPD Says Victim Never Saw Robbery Suspect

Police say they haven't made an arrest in a reported robbery in Meridian several weeks ago.

Officials say an employee of Hudson's Treasure Hunt was robbed in her car on the night of May 22, as she left work to make a night deposit.

Investigators say the robber apparently hid in the car and waited for her to get in, then made her drive several blocks before hitting her in the head and robbing her.

The victim said she never saw the suspect.


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  • by Chaney Location: Here on Jun 16, 2009 at 02:19 PM
    Shut up none of you are Columbo!
  • by Informed Location: Meridian on Jun 16, 2009 at 09:23 AM
    The victim did not carry the money alone ... there was a 'buddy'. Again, this is a complicated investigation where details will be revealed when appropriate. Please just reserve your opinions on the character of the victim until you know more. Uninformed, unfair character assasinations can be very hurtful.
  • by Anonymous Location: Meridian on Jun 16, 2009 at 08:50 AM
    The "she" came from the article above it says: Officials say an employee of Hudson's Treasure Hunt was robbed in her car on the night of May 22, as she left work to make a night deposit. Wow it just amazes me how nasty people can be. You don't know all the facts, how can you place any blame on the victim if you don't know the facts. What if this would have been you or your family would you want people to badger you and blame you??? Come on people stop being so negative and nasty.
  • by Firing Back on Jun 16, 2009 at 08:06 AM
    Loretta, where did YOU get that this was a "she" employee? Where did YOU get that "she" left her car door "unlock"? How did YOU figure that "this Is clearly someone she knew" Since none of us have seen this kind of information in the The Star,on WTOK, or on any of the radio stations? Share your facts with us. . .
  • by Anonymous on Jun 16, 2009 at 04:14 AM
    I agree Loretta, who leaves car doors unlocked these days? And who carries money to the car alone? I hate that this happened to this person, but we all need to use a little more common sense when we are carrying money for deposits. Lock your doors and have a buddy with you.
  • by Informed Location: Meridian on Jun 15, 2009 at 06:37 PM
    Loretta . . . this is a huge assumption. I can assure the victim is not aware of who her assailant was. The details of this case will come out once the investigation is concluded. You should know the victim was extensively injured and your assumption only makes the trauma more difficult to deal with. Please wait to hear more facts before making this assumption.
  • by Loretta Bennett Location: Meridian on Jun 15, 2009 at 03:19 PM
    she knew who done this to her;what person would leave their car door unlock? this Is clearly someone she knew
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