Police Arrest Man Who Robbed San Juan Convenience Store
UPDATE (8/29): The San Juan police chief confirms the department has taken the suspect accused of the robbing a convenience store Wednesday into custody.
According to Chief Juan Gonzalez, SWAT served an arrest warrant at the 800 block of East Vermont Avenue.
Gonzalez says the man was taken into custody without incident.
The suspect will be arraigned Thursday afternoon.
Armed robbery Update. Just now. Suspect in custody. San Juan LEERRT-SWAT served arrest and search warrant at 800 east Vermont. Subject taken into custody without incident. Will be arraigned later this afternoon. Thanks to our tipsters who identified the suspect. https://t.co/1CMJMExy3D— Chief Juan Gonzalez (@chief_gonzalez) August 29, 2019
SAN JUAN – Police are searching for a suspect accused of a robbery at a convenience store in San Juan.
Police say a white male with blonde hair wearing khaki shorts and a maroon shirt robbed the store using a handgun.
It happened Wednesday at a convenience store on FM 495 and Veterans Blvd.
The man is considered armed and dangerous, according to police.
If you see him, you’re urged to call San Juan police at 956-283-8477.
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