Armed robbers reportedly take TVs
Uniontown Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Pershing Court residence on Thursday afternoon.
A woman reported her son's house was being robbed by several people with guns at 1:30 p.m., according to a news release. Police responding to the unit were told three men with guns took television sets from the apartment and fled on foot.
No injuries were reported.
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