PAULDING COUNTY, Ga -- A suspect who robbed a store and told the clerk he had a bomb may be connected to a second robbery. The robberies happened a day apart in Paulding County. In one of the robberies he said he had a gun and a bomb.
"At this point we don't have anything that would indicate whether he did have a bomb or a gun but as you can imagine the clerk took it serious and gave the suspect the money," said Corporal Ashley Henson of the Paulding County Sheriff Office.
On Friday, October 25, 2014, the suspect walked into the CVS Pharmacy on Cedarcrest Road at about 7:00AM. The suspect forced a clerk into the manager's office where he ordered the manager to open a safe and give him the money, according to Cpl. Henson.
The suspect pointed a black, semi-automatic pistol at the clerk and the manager.