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Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012, 2:13 p.m.

Man says he was robbed waiting for prostitute

LEWISTON, Idaho -- A north-central Idaho man says he was robbed as he waited at a Lewiston motel after answering an online ad for a prostitute.
Police told the Lewiston Tribune that the man reported he answered an adult ad on the website and was waiting at the Econo Lodge motel Wednesday afternoon to meet the woman when two men arrived.
The Orofino man told police two men put something over his face and took all his belongings. He said one man had a gun.
Police were searching for the men, who may have been driving a small, older-model pickup truck painted a dull blackish gray.
Story tags » ProstitutionRobbery

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