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Blue Ash 'Bagel Man' wants his money back

The Bagel Man wants his money back after someone allegedly broke into his Blue Ash store and stole a large amount of cash.

"When I came to work the other morning I thought something was missing," said John Marx (aka The Bagel Man), owner of Marx Hot Bagels. "After checking the safe, we were short a large amount of cash."

Now The Bagel Man wants justice and is offering a reward for the capture of the culprit.

"It may be a percentage of the cash or, perhaps, free bagels for life," said Marx.

If you have any information, call Marx at 513-891-5543.

Marx Hot Bagels is located at 9701 Kenwood Road.

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