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Geneva Police searching for answers after attempted Castle Street robbery

The Geneva Police Department is hoping that the public will be able to help identify a man, which they believe is connected to an attempted robbery that took place at Byrne Dairy on Castle Street in the City of Geneva on January 24th. The individual is described as a white male, in his mid-30s and is just under 6 feet tall. He was seen wearing a green Carhart jacket, blue or black jeans and boots. It is also believed that he may have had a cast on his left arm, but authorities are uncertain. They pointed out that the arm could have been unusable due to a medical condition.He had a “trucker wallet,” attached to his right side, and left on foot heading towards Castle Street in Geneva.Anyone who believes they may know this individual are urged to contact Lt. Eric Heieck, or Detective Brian Choffin at (315) 789-1111. They can be reached via email at eheieck@geneva.ny.us or bchoffin@geneva.ny.us.Stay tuned to FingerLakes1.com as more information becomes available.

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