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Goodwill would have helped accused robber, spokesman says

Washington Post Editors

If you'be been reading The Crime scene regularly, you've probably seen our recent coverage of the man charged with two armed robberies at a Montgomery County Goodwill store. Today, Dan Morse has more on the story:

"To rob a charity, I find it just unbelievable," said Brendan Hurley, a spokesman for Goodwill of Greater Washington. He said Roland could have gotten job training at Goodwill's Career Campus in Northeast Washington.
"If he would have come to us for help, we would have provided it," Hurley said.

Read the full article on The Post's web site.

By Washington Post Editors  |  January 11, 2010; 8:07 AM ET
Categories:  Dan Morse , Montgomery , Updates  
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