BANK ROBBERY IN LIVINGSTON
The First National Bank in Livingston was robbed by a lone gunman on Thursday. The robber got away with around $6,000 in cash. According to Agent Stone with the FBI, the suspect is a white or Hispanic male, between 5 foot 8 and 5 foot 10, weighing about 170 to 190 pounds, black hair that is thinning on top, and was wearing a blue t-shirt, a mask, work boots and blue jeans. He may have gotten into a light blue older model four door vehicle. If you have any information you are asked to call the FBI office at 217-522-9675 or the Livingston Police Department at 618-637-2300.
JULY 10th POLICE REPORT
Greenville Firemen were paged Wednesday afternoon, to a report of a vehicle on fire, on I-70, at the 42 mile-marker in the westbound lanes. Upon arrival, firemen found a truck on fire, which was pulling a boat. Firemen extinguished the fire. The truck and boat were towed from the scene.
Greenville Police are investigating a report, received from KFC Taco Bell Thursday morning, of a black male who, according to the police report, pulled a quick-change scam on a cashier, stealing $50.00 by confusing the cashier into giving him back too much money while exchanging large bills for smaller ones.
GREENVILLE LIBRARY DEDICATION
The Greenville Public Library will hold a brief dedication ceremony in honor of 2 new memorial benches given to the Library in honor of Carmen Yvonne Willman and Susan R. Hoiles. The dedication will begin at 10am Saturday, July 12th on the steps of the Library.