BETHLEHEM, Pa. - An armed robber entered a 7-Eleven store in Bethlehem early Sunday and made off with money, police said.
A person showing a black semi-automatic handgun entered the front of the convenience store at 1362 Catasauqua Road around 2 a.m. and demanded money from the clerk.
The robber grabbed money from the cash drawer and walked out the front of the store towards Catasauqua Road.
A Lehigh County man is charged with attempted homicide after a shooting Saturday.Read More »
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