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Car Stolen After Robbery at Haines Road Laundromat

A request to borrow a cell phone ended with a knifepoint robbery and car theft in Bristol Township.

A woman had her car stolen after she was held up at knifepoint Friday night in a Bristol Township laundromat.

According to police, the victim was doing wash at the laundromat in the 1600 block of Haines Road when a slender white woman approached her and asked to borrow her cell phone so she could call for a taxi. The unsuspecting victim offered to dial the number for the woman, who then pulled a paring knife and robbed her. 

The suspect got away with the phone, $15 in cash and the victim's car keys, Lt. Terry Hughes said.

When the victim looked outside, she saw the suspect get into her 1996 gray Oldsmobile Cutlass with a white male passenger, Hughes said. The car drove away north on Haines Road, he added.

The female suspect is described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall, 125 pounds, with blue eyes and a blonde ponytail. She was wearing puffy white ski jacket with a fur collar.

If you have information on the robbery, call police at 215-788-8289.

Lauren February 01, 2013 at 03:47 AM
Wow!!!! What a coincidence huh???? Slender? Blonde hair with ponytail and blue eyes???? Pretty sure its all related!! It doesn't take a scientist!!! Disgusting!!!!
anonymous May 03, 2013 at 05:50 AM
Man for real YOOOO, these piece of S**ts had it coming for awhile yo. If u don't know that Mario N miss Blondie, (Kathy Swaim) did this, then this judicial system is messed up. Keep giving them deal to, they wont ever learn, they NEVA do!!! The car was in Trenton, hahahaha LOL of corse it was. They cop there!!! Trenton is where they get there shit

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