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By now, you probably know that a robbery went down in the city of Cincinnati this week.
And you probably don’t know that the robbery happened at the back of a traffic camera, in the middle of a busy intersection, and with the camera’s traffic camera enabled.
If you did, you’re in luck.
The Cincinnati Police Department said that a man entered the intersection at the intersection of State Road and Ellington Street, and the traffic camera activated, but the camera was not capturing the incident.
The Cincinnati Police tweeted that “the camera was turned off at the time of the incident,” and the department said that the suspect “remained at the scene until officers arrived.”
According to the Cincinnati Police, the driver of the car involved in the robbery was a passenger.
The driver was able to get away with about $150,000.
A spokesman for the Cincinnati police, Kevin Thomas, told ABC News that the driver “was not a person that we are familiar with,” and that the incident happened on a busy street, and “we have been notified by the city.”
Thomas said that he could not provide any details on the vehicle involved.
There is currently no indication that the victim was injured during the robbery.
The car was stopped for a pedestrian violation and then was turned around to face traffic.
The video appears to show that the camera wasn’t capturing the crime, so the robbery is still under investigation.
According to police, the video shows the suspect getting out of the vehicle.
Police say the suspect then allegedly pulled a knife on the officers, who tried to restrain him.
Thomas said the suspect’s “hands were tied.”
Police said the robbery victim, a 26-year-old man, suffered minor injuries.
He was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Police also said that officers “rescued” the driver from the car, but that it is unclear whether they recovered the car.