Clarksville Police are following up on all leads and are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating an armed robber.
Police say on Tuesday around 9:34 p.m. officers responded to a robbery at a Kangaroo Mart located at 1874 Memorial Drive.
The store clerk told police a white male wearing a dark hoodie with a black bandanna and sunglasses on his face came into the store, approached her, and demanded money.
The store clerk also mentioned the man stated he had a gun, but never displayed one.
Police say even though the clerk did not see a gun, an outline of a gun in the suspect’s jacket was visible.
Police say after the man was given an undisclosed amount of money, he ran out of the store.
Officers were unable to locate the suspect after flooding the area with police presence.
The man was described as white male, approximately 6’0”, 160-180 pounds, thin to medium build.
Police say the man may have been in the immediate area prior to the robbery, possibly walking around.
Residents with information about this robbery are urged to call 931-645-8477.
Officials in Cadiz say 101st Airborne Division Commanding General, Major General James McConville will be in that town to speak with local dignitaries.
Major General McConville will be the guest speaker tomorrow at a Cadiz-Trigg County Lunch and Learn session.
The event is scheduled to take place at noon at the Cadiz Baptist Church Annex.
Officer Paul Ray has details...
One of Caldwell County’s largest employers has been sold in a multi-billion dollar transaction.
The Princeton Times-Leader reports the parent company of Bremner Food Group, Ralcorp Holdings, was sold Tuesday to ConAgra Foods for approximately five billion dollars.
The purchase made ConAgra the nation’s largest manufacturer of private label or store brand foods. Officials didn’t offer any insight on the future of the facilities involved in the transaction or the 36-thousand employees at the facilities.
Bremner has been located on U.S. 62 West in Princeton since 1993 and employs about 600 people.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office tax collection operation has received a clean audit.
A news release from the office of Auditor Adam Edelen says the sheriff’s financial statement fairly presents the taxes charged, credited and paid for the last tax year.
The report says there were no instances of non-compliance found and that there are no issues involving internal control over financial reporting.