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Wednesday October 1st, 2014

Posted at 3:36pm

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Windsor Police have arrested a woman who allegedly robbed a 46-year-old woman at gunpoint on September 10th.

On that date, a 46-year-old victim was withdrawing money from an ATM in the 2600 block of Tecumseh Road East around 11:20am when she noticed a woman sitting on the floor in the same room as the ATM, according to police.

Police said once the money was dispensed from the machine, the woman that was seated on the floor got up, allegedly pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded cash.

Officers took 28-year-old Keimonthy Grayer into custody on Tuesday September 30th after she was found walking in the 600 block of Tournier.

Grayer had several outstanding warrants including robbery with a firearm, six counts of break and enter, theft under $5000, assault with a weapon and threats, failing to attend court, breach of probation and fraud.

She was also charged with two counts of break and enter, robbery, theft under $5000, breach of recognizance and breach of probation.

Police say the firearm has not been recovered.

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