June 15, 2006
Dougherty County-- Police caught an armed robbery suspect Thursday afternoon after he led them on a chase.
Camilla Police put out an alert for a red Chevrole Cobalt after an armed robbery in the Camilla Wal-Mart parking lot early Thursday afternoon.
A short time later a Dougherty County Police officer spotted this car that matched the description.
The driver 27-year old John Williams of Albany refused to stopHe hit a stop sign on Dorough road in south Dougherty County and ran, but the officer tracked him down.
Investigators are still searching for a weapon they think was used in the robbery.
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