(11/27/2012)
MASKED MAN STEALS MONEY - Police have confirmed that a masked gunman stole thousands of dollars from Smoker Friendly in Morgantown.

It happened Sunday evening when a man wearing a mask and gloves held up a cashier at gunpoint.

The man apparently ordered the worker to empty the register and safe into a black bag.

There was a customer in the store at the time, and the gunman ordered him to lay on the floor.

Police said he took between $4,000 and $5,000 in cash.

Police have no suspects at this time.

PIZZA MAN ROBBED - Charleston Police are looking for two men who robbed a Pizza Hut delivery driver on Charleston's West Side.

Dispatchers say the victim told police he was delivering a pizza near when two men came up to him, pulled out a pistol and demanded money.

One of the suspects was wearing a black hoodie and jeans, and the other suspect was wearing a red hoodie and jeans.

HUNTINGTON HEIST - A suspect walked into a video lottery parlor in Huntington and walked out with cash.

It happened at Joli's on Route 60 in Huntington early Sunday morning.

A weapon was shown and the man did get away with money.

MAN STABBED - West Virginia State Police are investigating a stabbing at Tumbleweed Saloon on Grafton Road.

The man was stabbed around 3:30 a.m. Sunday. He was transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital with unknown injuries.

No arrests have been made at this time.

MAN BRANDISHES KNIFE - The Morgantown Police Department have arrested and accused a man with pulling a knife out during an argument on High Street on Saturday afternoon.

James Blum, 28, brandished a knife as an argument escalated.

Police said Blum put the knife away as the victim displayed a walking stick in defense.

Blum was charged with brandishing and is currently in the North Central Regional Jail with at $10,000.

ANOTHER GAMBLING SPOT ROBBED - Raleigh County deputies are looking for two men who they say robbed a video gaming parlor in Beckley early Monday morning.

Investigators said the men, armed with handguns, walked into the Hot Spot about 2 a.m. They told the employee to get down on the floor and demanded money.

No injuries were reported.

FAYETTE HOME INVASION - Police in Fayette County are on the hunt for a man who they say stole jewelry and guns from a home.

Deputies say the homeowners' 23-year-old son was home at the time, when he heard noises coming from downstairs.

He says he saw a man with a gun and wearing a ski mask stealing his parents things.

The burglar drove off on an ATV with guns and jewelry. The suspect is described as approximately 6' and 250 pounds. He was wearing a black hooded jacket and blue jeans.


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