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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A friend of an Albany teenager on trial for armed robbery told the jury Thursday a different story than he told Police the night he was interviewed.

18 year old Justin Moore is charged with 7 counts of armed robbery, for two 2007 robberies of the East Albany Three Squares Diner and Clarks' Service station.

Thursday the jury saw video of a police interview with Moore's friend Demetrius Price. Price told Investigators that Moore told him he planned the robberies. In court  he testified he meant to say that someone else told him Moore planned the robberies. The trial is expected to conclude Friday.

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