Liberty Township policeseek Bank One robber
LIBERTY -- Township police are seeking a man who robbed the Bank One at 3999 Belmont Ave. at about 10 a.m. Saturday.
Police describe him as being white, 50 to 55 years old, 6 feet tall and 200 to 220 pounds with short gray or white hair and a scruffy beard having about two or more days of growth. He wore a black leather cowboy hat, black jeans and a black leather jacket with fringe or tassels on the sleeves. His T-shirt was black with a bluish swirl and had the words "Timberwolf Head" on front, police said. He was driving a white pickup that may be a Dodge and may have red lettering on the sides. He was given a red exploding dye pack in the money bag.
Anyone with information is asked to call Liberty police at (330) 759-1511.
Golf carts stolen
COITSVILLE -- Golfers may have to tote their own bags, after four golf carts were taken from Country Side Golf Course. According to reports, an employee of the golf course, on Coit Road, reported the carts were taken sometime overnight Thursday. Before they were taken, three of the carts were parked at the east end of the parking lot, while the fourth was parked near the utility cart garage, reports said. The carts were valued at $1,750 each.
Couple escapes injury
HARTFORD -- A husband and wife walked away unharmed after a piece of landing gear on their plane broke off while taxiing down the runway. The couple were in s two-seat experimental tail dragger plane about 6:15 p.m. Saturday on a private runway off state Route 7 when the sun got in the eyes of the male pilot, said Hartford Township Fire Chief Brian T. Hughes. The plane hit a rut, and a part of the landing gear broke off, causing the plane to turn off the runway.