Elderly Ohio woman robbed of a single $1 bill
A 72-year-old Sandusky woman was robbed of a single $1 bill over the weekend, Fox 8 News reports.

On Saturday night, a lone suspect approached Marijune Benko, 72, of Sandusky, moments after she parked her vehicle in the detached garage at her West Monroe Street residence. When she exited the garage, the male suspect — believed to be a teenager — asked her for money.

After Benko told him that she did not have any money, the suspect grabbed all of the items that she was holding — two of her son’s Ohio Edison bills, Cedar Point stationery with the phone number to Andy’s China Dragon written on it, a receipt from the aforementioned restaurant and a $1 bill.

The suspect then fled on foot into an alley west of the single-family home, Benko told authorities.

A police search failed to locate the suspect. While investigating, however, the bills, the stationery and the receipt were found in the alley. Those items have been placed into evidence.

The 5’6″ robber was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt with white lettering and blue jeans. It’s believed that he had a turtleneck pulled over his face while committing the crime.