Online Match Ends in $510 Theft

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - A date set up on the Internet ended with the
theft of $510 in cash.

The victim told a Richmond County Sheriff's deputy she had been
talking with Corey Ramsey for months online and arranged a meeting
Friday in downtown Augusta.

A police report says the couple went several places in the woman's car, including a trip to the victim's credit union to cash a check for $510.

When the two ended up at the Augusta River Walk, police say Ramsey bolted out of the car and left behind the empty bank

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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