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South Street Diner targeted by armed robber

The 24-hour diner was robbed just after 6 a.m. Tuesday, police said.

The South Street Diner in a file photo.

Nicolaus Czarnecki, Metro

An iconic Boston diner was robbed by an armed suspect early Tuesday morning.

Boston Police told Boston.com that the South Street Diner, first opened in 1947, was targeted just after 6 a.m.

Authorities did not indicate how much money was stolen, or what weapon was used in the attack. No one was injured.

No suspect information was available.

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Police continue to investigate.

 
 
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