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Arrests made in Decatur High School robberies, fourth person sought

Can you identify this man? Call 404-373-6551 or 404-577-TIPS. Can you identify this man? Call 404-373-6551 or 404-577-TIPS.
DECATUR, GA (CBS46) -

Police in Decatur have arrested three teens in connection with robberies after a Decatur High School football game against Grady High School on Aug. 30.

Decatur police arrested D'Angelo Mikal Giles, 16, Jaree Jalon Jackson Jr., 17, both of Atlanta, and Javarous Devonte Hammond, 17, of DeKalb County.

Police said the teens were armed with a gun, and they targeted three students for their iPhones when they were leaving the game.

Giles, Jackson, Jr., and Hammond are all in custody and have been charged with armed robbery.

The Decatur Police Department needs the public's assistance in identifying a fourth suspect.

If you recognize this suspect or have any information, please contact the Decatur Police Department at 404-373-6551 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS (8477).

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