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Store robbery may be solved with arrests

Charlie Freeman, Jr. Charlie Freeman, Jr.
Isaac Burdon Isaac Burdon
Gregory Wolf Gregory Wolf
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Three men have been arrested and charged for an armed robbery that occurred around 9:30 PM on April 10th, 2010.

They are Gregory Wolf, 19, of Thomasville; Isaac Burdon, 17, of Moultrie; and Charlie Freeman, Jr., 35, of Moultrie.

The incident was at T & J's Country Store on GA 3 and Dollar Store Rd. in Ochlocknee.

Police say the men walked into the convenience store, armed, demanding money. They made the clerks lie on the floor while they went behind the register.

They took a box containing cash and left. The case got cold, and than about two months ago investigators received a tip on the case.

As investigators pieced things together they began arresting these men one at a time. They believe there is a 4th suspect and they are trying to piece together the evidence to make the arrest.

All three of these men were on bond for robberies in other counties.

 

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