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Suspect wanted in Great Clips robbery

Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Suspect is wanted in connection with armed robberies in Whitewater Township. (Photo source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Authorities are looking for a man who robbed a Whitewater Township Great Clips on Monday.

According to police, the man went into the store, showed a gun to employees and then ordered them to get on the floor and not look at him.

The suspect then took two of the employees into the office and demanded that they remover personal items. He ordered them to leave the store through the back exit.

The suspect fled the scene with some personal items, two purses, an employee's cell phone and an unknown amount of cash.

There were no customers in the store at the time of the robbery and the employees were not injured.

In surveillance photos released, the man appears to be holding a gun inside the State Route 128 hair cut salon. He is wanted for aggravated robbery.

The suspect was wearing a dark knit cap and fake beard during the robbery.

If you have any information on his identity, please contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office at 513-851-6000.

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