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Police: Man stole money from hospital staff

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A surveillance photo of the suspect. (Source: Campbellsville police) A surveillance photo of the suspect. (Source: Campbellsville police)

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Taylor County detectives are searching for a man they said stole money from hospital staff.

According to police, on Monday a man walked into the Taylor Regional Hospital administrative office and stole money belonging to staff members.

Anyone with any information in the case is asked to the Campbellsville Police Department's Pride Line at (270) 469-7743.  

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