HENDERSONVILLE, NC (WSPA) – Hendersonville Police say a robbery reported at Subway on Four-Season’s Blvd. never happened.
The person who reported it, Robert Hewitt, is now charged with filing a false report and larceny by employee.
He is being held on a $2000 secured bond.
They say they are also investigating an unrelated robbery at the BB&T bank on Dana Rd.
The victim says two men robbed her at gunpoint while making a nightly deposit.
They are asking that anyone with information on the BB&T robbery call 828-697-3925 or CrimeStoppers at 828-697-STOP.
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