North Ave KFC robbed

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Grand Junction police investigate an armed robbery at the North Avenue Kentucky Fried Chicken.


Grand Junction police investigate an armed robbery this morning at Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1111 North Ave. According to police department spokesperson Kate Porras, a man wearing a light green jacket and an orange backpack entered the restaurant before it opened, brandished a handgun, and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Schools in the area were placed on shelter in place while police searched for the robbery suspect.

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