South Baldwin County Schools Placed On Lockdown

South Baldwin County Schools Placed On Lockdown

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UPDATE 2:06 PM
Gulf Shores Police say the robber handed the teller a note. He said he had a gun, but never produced one. He ran out of the bank after getting some cash. Police have tracking dogs and a helicopter in the air trying to find the man. A shirt matching his description was found at a nearby apartment complex. The lockdown remains in place for the schools.
 
 

BREAKING NEWS: School leaders place all three public schools in Gulf Shores on lockdown. Police say someone robbed the Alabama Credit Union at Highway 59 and 15th Avenue around 1:00 PM. The bank is near Gulf Shores Elementary, Gulf Shores Middle, and Gulf Shores High School. The robber is still on the run. School leaders say it is protocol to secure the campuses and buildings when a crime has taken place in the area. The lockdown will be lifted when police give the all clear signal.

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