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The Switzerland Co. Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public assistance in locating an armed robbery suspect. The robberies occurred at gas stations in Aurora, IN and Ghent.

40 year old Everett “Buster” Henry seen Friday afternoon in the area of Belterra and was reported at 6:18 Friday evening being DROPPED OFF IN THE AREA OF SR 56 & DOE RUN WEARING A WHITE HAT GRAY SHIRT ARMED WITH A HANDGUN AND IS EN ROUTE TO MADISON ON FOOT.


(Picture from Cowboys in Ghent via Carroll Co. Sheriff's Department)


Carroll Co. Sheriff’s Department reported the robbery in Ghent around 2am Friday morning at the Cowboys Food Store.

Henry is to be considered to be armed and dangerous and if seen do not approach and call the Jefferson or Switzerland Co. Sheriff’s Departments.





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