Lebanon K-Mart shoplifter charged with robbery

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Assaulted loss prevention security guard and then fled the store

LEBANON, NH - A Lebanon woman has been charged with robbery after she allegedly assaulted a security guard and fled the K-Mart store early Thursday evening after she was confronted about allegedly shoplifting items and asked to come back inside.

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    Julie Harriman, 45, of Lebanon was lodged in jail for lack of $10,000 cash bail and is due to be arraigned in Lebanon District Court on Friday, December 23rd on the Class B felony robbery charge.

Julie Harriman, 45, of Lebanon is facing a felony robbery charge

    Lebanon Police Lt. Matthew Isham said in a statement Thursday night that his department had been contacted shortly after the 7:30 p.m. incident and officers responded to K-Mart and stopped Harriman's vehicle nearby and took her into custody.

    Isham wrote that Harriman was confronted just outside the entrance to the store by "K-Mart Loss Prevention" workers and "began to come back inside of the store (but) then assaulted K-Mart Loss Prevention and fled the store," before, "Officers located the vehicle that Harriman had left the parking lot in and conducted a motor vehicle stop."

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