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Police Looking for Jamba Juice Robber

Police Looking for Jamba Juice Robber



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(KSL News) -- A man is on the run after holding up a Salt Lake juice bar overnight.

The cashier at the Jamba Juice near 613 E. 400 South, says the robber placed an order, then pulled out a gun, demanding cash. The cashier gave him the money and he took off running.

Police say the employee did everything right.

Lt. Melody Gray, Salt Lake City Police Dept.: "The money's not worth your life. It's just better to give them their money and let them be on their way and let the criminal justice system take their action instead of risking your life."

Police are looking for a white man in his mid -20's. He's about six-feet tall and between 160 and 180 pounds with bad facial acne.

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