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Bank robbery, hit-and-run still under investigation
Courier Staff Report
Thursday, July 03, 2014 11:00 AM
Police are still investigating a bank robbery that occurred Tuesday afternoon in Madison.
Detective Lt. Jonathon Simpson said the police department is continuing to talk to witnesses and follow up on leads.
Madison police have also reached out to the state police in Indiana and Kentucky for assistance.
The incident occurred about 4 p.m. Tuesday when a white woman about 40 years old entered the MainSource Bank in the 400 block of Jefferson Street.
The woman slid a note to the teller that indicated she was robbing the bank. The teller handed over about $1,500 in $100 and $50 bills. Madison Police Chief Dan Thurston said the woman told the teller that her husband made her commit the robbery.
Anyone with information should call Detective Lt. Ty Eblen or Patrolman Jacob Schmidt at (812) 265-3347.
The Jefferson County Prosecutor's Office continues to wait on lab results in a hit-and-run fatality that occurred June 9.
Madison Police Department identified a person of interest last month but have made no arrests, as the prosecutor's office is still investigating.
Tina Harrod, 46, was walking in the 2300 block of Wilson Avenue toward her home when she was struck by a vehicle that left the scene.
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