UPDATE: 2nd Suspect Arrested in Family Dollar Robbery

UPDATE: 2nd Suspect Arrested in Family Dollar Robbery

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UPDATE: Mobile police have arrested the second suspect involved in the Family Dollar robbery that took place Tuesday night. Police say 19-year-old Tavoris Moss was seeing running from the seen Tuesday night after the attempt. He has been arrested and charged with two counts of Robbery First Degree.

The robbery happened at the Family Dollar on Stanton Road Tuesday night.

Authorities say a male suspect armed with a gun entered the back of the store while employees were unloading a truck. The suspect then grabbed one of the employees, took him to the cash register and demanded money.

While the suspect held the employees at gunpoint, a store customer fired shots at the suspect. He was transported to the hospital for treatment. He is charged with Robbery First Degree.


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