Last updated 11:08PM ET
October 19, 2017
WOUB Local News
WOUB Local News
Reward for information on bomb threats and bank robbery
(WOUB) - Authorities are now willing to pay reward money for information on the bomb threats at two Athens County post offices and the bank robbery in Coolville.

They're offering up to $2,000 dollars under the Crime Solvers Anonymous program.

A news release says the bombs, which turned out to be fake, are described as approximately 12 inches in length, with capped ends and a black central area with tape around them and wires protruding.

An unknown liquid was later discovered within at least one device and is being analyzed by law enforcement authorities.

The robber was described as five feet, ten inches tall, skinny and weighing approximately 150 pounds.

He fled the scene in a pewter colored SUV.

By calling Crime Solvers Anonymous, only your information regarding crime is recorded and your identity remains anonymous.

The number is 594-3331.
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