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UPDATE: Armed robbery suspect on the run, investigation continues

Officers responding to a report of an armed robbery at Spiros Breakfast & Lunch House located on 1042 Greenfield St. Monday morning. Officers responding to a report of an armed robbery at Spiros Breakfast & Lunch House located on 1042 Greenfield St. Monday morning.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - According to New Hanover County Dispatch, officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at Spiros Breakfast & Lunch House located on 1042 Greenfield St. Monday morning.

An officer on scene says the owner of Spiros was opening the back door when a man with a red bandana jumped out with a hand gun and demanded money.

The suspect punched the owner and took an unknown amount of cash and took off. The owner has minor injuries.

Police are still investigating. No arrests have been made at this time. 

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