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April 4, 2013

Two arrested in convenience story burglaries

DUNCAN — The Duncan Police Department has made two arrests for suspects in the numerous armed robberies that have targeted numerous convenience stores since Tuesday, March 26.

Police have one juvenile and one adult in custody. The earliest they could make their initial appearance in court is Friday.

Duncan Police Criminal Investigations Captain Jay Evans said he expects two more arrests to be made this afternoon.

Additional details will be available in Friday’s edition of The Duncan Banner.

 

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