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Columbus woman followed home from ATM, robbed at gunpoint

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -   A routine trip to the ATM turned dangerous for one Columbus woman.

It happened late Friday night on the city's south side.

A 20-year-old woman tells police she stopped to take cash out at the Bank of America on South Lumpkin Road.

After that she drove home. When she pulled into her driveway, she says two black men jumped out of a dark colored SUV and ran over to her car. One came up to her drivers side door, pointed a gun at her and said "We know you just left the ATM machine on South Lumpkin Road." She handed over her cash and they drove off.

She says one of the suspects as 5'4"-5'6" 120-130 lbs., wearing a white tank top and dark shorts.

The other she says had dread locks and also wore dark clothes.

Police are investigating the incident.


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