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December 15, 2013

UPDATE: Goshen police investigate armed robbery

GOSHEN — Goshen police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Saturday night at MC Sporting Goods on the city’s northwest side.

Police were called to the scene at Market Centre off Elkhart Road (U.S. 33) around 8:12 p.m. Officers were told that males armed with what appeared to be handguns entered the sporting goods store and robbed the staff. The robbers then fled the store.

No injuries were reported in the robbery.

According to police, what is believed to be the vehicle in which the robbers fled the scene was located in the area of Maple Court Apartments.

Investigators said they will release additional information about the robbery when details of the incident are confirmed.

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