They said that he relocated the lemonade stand to another location.
The 9-year-old lemonade vendor said a teenager wearing a similar hat and a black shirt pointed a black handgun at him and took his cash box Saturday afternoon in Monroe, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) southeast of Charlotte.
"The suspect allegedly stuck a black handgun to the boy's stomach, demanded money and fled the scene on foot", the office stated.
Because who would ever imagine a lemonade stand armed robbery? He says a camouflage hat and BB pistol found nearby may be checked for fingerprints and DNA. Police believe the robber got away on a bike.
Less than 24 hours after the robbery, his mom, dad and the 9-year-old boy were out selling lemonade again.
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Deputies believe the suspect left a bicycle at an unknown location and walked to the lemonade stand.
Smith said his son was back out selling lemonade on Sunday and will continue to sell, but they will be taking more safety precautions from now on.
"We kinda explained it to him that bad things do happen to good people and you never know when it's going to happen to you".
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Union County Sheriff's Office at 704-283-3789 or Union County Crime Stoppers at 704-283-5600.