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(KSL News) A man walked into a Ream's grocery store overnight, and walked out with a bag full of cash.
Police say the man went to the store at 8725 S. 2000 East around closing time and was acting suspicious. They say he was wearing a gray hoodie with the hood cinched around his face. The man then asked to use the phone.
Sgt. Sanders of the Sandy Police Department explained, "As the clerk went up to show him where the phone was, he grabbed the bag of money that was in his hand and bolted out the west doors."
Police say this may not be the first time the man has robbed a Ream's store. They say the Ream's on 70th South was robbed last week in the exact same way. That robber has a similar description to the one in this crime.