Woman Robbed At Bay Minette ATM

Woman Robbed At Bay Minette ATM

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BAY MINETTE, Alabama -

A Bay Minette woman says a man approached her and her three-year old grandson at the Wells Fargo ATM in downtown Bay Minette Saturday night and threatened to kill her if she didn't give him money.

The woman quickly cancelled the transaction and carried her grandson to her car...but her nightmare was far from over.

The robber stole 13 bucks from the woman's purse, got in her caar and told her to drive.

The suspect jumped out of the car and ran away when a jogger passed by.

Police tracking dogs located Dawaun Patt a few miles from the ATM.

Patt was charged with robbery.

Police say Patt was out on bond on a recent burglary charge when he allegedly robbed the woman Saturday night.

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