''No-guns'' Lawrence Federal Savings Bank robbed at gunpoint

Submitted to OhioCCW.org by: (Jeffrey F.)

The Ironton Tribune is reporting an armed robbery of a Lawrence Federal Savings and Loan in South Point, Ohio, a community of less than 5,000 in population. This is the second robbery at this bank in the past four years.

"Someone made a withdrawal at the Lawrence Federal Savings Bank Thursday morning but he didn't use his checkbook.

A lone gunman walked into the Solida Road bank in South Point at approximately 10:30 a.m. and walked away with an undetermined amount of money."

All three of Lawrence Federal's banks are posted with the discriminatory "No Guns" sign at all of their entrances.

It is also appropriate to mention that of the other banks in Lawrence County, only Lawrence Federal branches posts "No Guns" signs denying their customers right of self-defense. All of Lawrence Federal's locations are listed in the "Do Not Patronize While Armed" database as a criminal protection zone.

When will these businesses realize no matter how large or small a community is, they're still vulnerable to the exact danger of big cities?

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