A 21-year-old Spokane woman was assaulted as she was using a South Hill cash machine Monday night.
The victim told police she went to the SeaFirst Bank automatic teller machine at 2504 E. 29th about 8 p.m.
She entered her account code number and her cash request before being hit on the side of the head and knocked down, police said. She looked up and grabbed her bank card and receipt, but the thief took the cash and ran.
Police would not say how much money was stolen.
The woman suffered scratches on her cheek and forehead, but was not seriously injured. The only description she could give police was that the robber wore large black shoes and blue jeans.
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