One arrested, one on the loose after Moberly bank robbery

ABC 17 News confirmed with the Missouri State Highway Patrol one person has been arrested, but another suspect remains on the loose after a bank robbery in Moberly Friday morning. Deputies also towed away a car possibly tied to the crime, after it was found in a commuter lot near Highway 22 and Highway 63.

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90% of hospitals and clinics lose their patients' data

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