A date set up on the Internet ended with the theft of $510 in cash.
The victim told a Richmond County Sheriff's deputy she had been talking with Corey Ramsey for months online and arranged a meeting Friday in downtown Augusta.
A police report says the couple went several places in the woman's car, including a trip to the victim's credit union to cash a check for $510.
When the two ended up at the Augusta River Walk, police say Ramsey bolted out of the car and left behind the empty bank envelope.
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