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Bridgeton man charged following store robbery

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BRIDGETON — A city man was arrested Thursday on an outstanding warrant after stealing from Save-A-Lot on Wednesday, police said.

Gordon Winrow, 39, hid two bags of frozen shrimp on his person to steal them, police said Friday in a news release. 

When a security guard ordered Winrow to put the bags back, he pushed the guard and broke a store window while fleeing, police said.

Winrow was charged with robbery and criminal mischief. He was sent to the Cumberland County jail.

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