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Man robbed after late-night rendezvous

Sandusky Register Staff • Feb 22, 2014 at 4:00 PM

A late-night hotel room liaison left a Bellevue man $600 short on Thursday.

On Wednesday night, the man met up with a woman he’s known for a few months at Daly’s Pub, then retreated to her Milan Road hotel room for some after-hours fun. After the pair finished, the man ate a sandwich, then fell asleep.

When he awoke at about 4 a.m. Thursday, the woman was gone, along with his wallet, keys and $580 cash, according to a Perkins police report. The woman left a note stating she was going to the gas station, but she never returned.

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When the man texted her, she said she did nothing wrong and didn’t have his belongings. A hotel clerk later told police the woman complained of an unwanted male guest in her room, and the woman said she didn’t want the police involved.

She said she was leaving for a friend’s house. A gas station employee told police the woman stopped in that night with a man who claimed to be a bounty hunter, the report said.

Officers left a message on the woman’s phone but were unable to make further contact.

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