Lebanon man wanted in 2 robberies, suspected in 2 more

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A Lebanon man has been named as a suspect in the robberies of a bank and a thrift store this week.

City police said they are looking for 32-year-old Benis Miguel Duverge-Casanova.

Duverge-Casanova has been charged with robbing the Family Dollar store at 306 Cumberland Street on Monday night and holding up the Wells Fargo Bank at 801 Cumberland Street on Wednesday morning.

Police said they also consider him a suspect in two other robberies this week; at the Domino's Pizza at 1303 Cumberland Street on Tuesday night and at the Turkey Hill store at 716 East Lehman Street early Wednesday.

Duverge-Casanova appeared to be armed with a handgun during the Wells Fargo and Domino's robberies and pulled a knife on a clerk during the incident at the Turkey Hill, but kept his hand in his coat pocket and did not display a weapon at the Family Dollar, police said.

No one was injured during any of the crimes.

Anyone with information on Casanova's whereabouts is asked to call Lebanon City police at 717-272-6611.

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