Three Facing Charges in Connection to Theft Investigation

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HARLINGEN--Three men are facing charges in connection to a theft investigation.
     Harlingen police were called for an aggravated robbery at Treasures and Trash Re-Sale Store on the 300 block of 1st st.
     Officers said the suspects--including employees of the business--worked together to stage the robbery.
     Tyrone Outlaw is facing theft and false report charges. He's an employee at the store. Two other suspects are waiting to be arraigned.

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