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Arrest Made in Motomart Robbery

Police in Fairview Heights say they have made an arrest in the armed robbery of the Moto Mart in the 6100 block of North Illinois Street back on November 2nd.


Image of hold-up suspect taken from surveillance camera at Fairview Heights Motomart early Sat. (Courtesy Fairview Heights police)

Fairview Heights Motomart Robbed At Gunpoint

Man displayed gun during hold-up, nobody hurt.


Surveillance image of a suspect in a robbery in St. Charles on Tuesday, October 29, 2013.

Suspect Sought in Downtown St. Charles Robbery

According to the victim, she had just parked her vehicle behind a building at 200 N. Second Street around 7:17 p.m. when the suspect demanded her purse and pushed her to the ground.


Surveillance footage of Schnucks armed robber.

Man Robs U.S. Bank Inside Richmond Heights Schnucks

$1,000 reward possible for info that leads to felony arrest.


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Nun Robbed of Her Purse in South St. Louis

A man wielding a screwdriver robbed an elderly nun Thursday morning outside a church on the city’s south side.


Man Steals Woman’s Ring After Flying Her To St. Louis

Authorities are searching for a cunning criminal who stole a Wisconsin woman’s diamond ring after paying to fly her to St. Louis.


Shop 'n Save Robbery

Worker Hurt During Shop ‘n Save Robbery

Suspects struggled with store employee while trying to steal alcohol.


UMSL Students Robbed Near North St. Louis County Campus

Several University of Missouri–St. Louis (UMSL) students were robbed Friday morning, near the north St. Louis County campus.


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Two Charged in Metro East Craigslist Robbery

Investigators say the female victim found an iPhone on Craigslist and, after calling about it, the seller told her not to call him but to text. After several texts, they agreed to meet.


Women take advantage of the 68 degree temperatures to sun themselves on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis on February 23, 2012.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

As Semester Begins, Washington U. Officials Discuss Crime

Associate Vice Chancellor Steve Givens says that the university is safe and there have not been violent crimes on campus. But the surrounding areas are a different situation.