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Round Hill lemonade stand the scene of cash robbery

Two 12-year-olds running a lemonade stand in Round Hill were robbed by a male described as being in his late teens Thursday afternoon, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

The suspect, described by the children as having dark hair and a thin mustache, approached the stand and asked if they could break a $20 bill. The stand owners pulled out their cash box and began counting out the change. After the suspect started to help them count, he took the money from the box. He told the children not to tell anyone before he left the scene, according to the Sheriff's Office.

The two stand owners further described the suspect as wearing blue shorts and no shirt.

-Anna Harris


What have we come to as a society? I hope they find this clown and make an example out of him but unfortunately they would probably go light on him due to the amount that was stolen. Instead they should throw the book at him and give more than the max if possible.

The perp of this cowardly act, needs a good wood shampooing.

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