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Woodall's armed robbery suspects identified

The jail did not provide the mugshots of the two juveniles, even though they are charged under Georgia's "Seven Deadly Sins" law The jail did not provide the mugshots of the two juveniles, even though they are charged under Georgia's "Seven Deadly Sins" law
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police believe they have the three people responsible for a robbery at a Woodall's convenience store at 1500 North Slappey Blvd. last Wednesday at 1:00AM.

Donell Knight, 16, Shandon Ellis, 14, were already in custody, and Kenneth George Jr., 17 was arrested today. They have all been arrested and charged with armed robbery with Woodall's Robbery. All three are in the Dougherty County jail.

 The victims were identified as clerks Michelle Lawson, 29, and Michael Fowler Jr., 25, and a customer, Donald Hinson, 55.

All three had hoodies on their heads, and bandanas covering their faces. One of them had a black book bag. 

They got away with an undetermined amount of cash.

All three victims told officers that they had been held at gun point by three men and the store was robbed. No shots were fired, and there were no injuries in the crime.

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