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Little Caesars manager talks Sunday's armed robbery

The manager of Little Caesars on Towne Drive in Bluffton said Tuesday that the suspects in the armed robbery of her store on April 24, 2016, "bum rushed" the two employees working as they were taking out the trash, with one holding a gun to the face of the assistant manager.
Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Little Caesars manager talks Sunday's armed robbery 00:44

Little Caesars manager talks Sunday's armed robbery

Surveillance technology at Palmetto Dunes 01:41

Surveillance technology at Palmetto Dunes

14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone participates in 2016 Boston Marathon 00:16

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Arrests made in bodies found in Yemassee, Burton 02:53

Arrests made in bodies found in Yemassee, Burton