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Police looking for Subway robber

(Source: Lake Township Police Department) (Source: Lake Township Police Department)
LAKE TOWNSHIP, OH (WTOL) -

Lake Township police are looking for a woman who they say robbed a local restaurant on Sunday. 

Police say the woman robbed the Subway on Woodville Road between around 1 p.m. 

Anyone with information should contact Lake Township Police Department at 419-666-5500.

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