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Crime Police Arrest Suspect In Armed Robbery Of Woodbridge Exxon

22:40  04 february  2020
22:40  04 february  2020 Source:   patch.com

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a close up of a man smiling looking at the camera: Justin Whitfield Brandon © Prince William County Police Department Justin Whitfield Brandon

WOODBRIDGE, VA — The Prince William County Police Department arrested a suspect Monday wanted in connection with the Nov. 26 robbery of a convenience store at an Exxon gas station in Woodbridge. The suspect, identified as Justin Whitfield Brandon, was taken into custody without incident.

During the robbery, Brandon allegedly began concealing merchandise he picked up at the Exxon convenience store, located at 4255 Seeton Square, and then allegedly pulled out a knife and followed an employee behind the counter. Brandon took several pieces of merchandise with him when he fled the store, the police said. No injuries were reported during the incident.

Prince William County police responded to the robbery at 5:12 p.m. on Nov. 26. The police were able to identify Brandon as the suspect on Nov. 29.

Brandon was charged with armed robbery and is being held in the Prince William County jail without bond. He has a court hearing scheduled for March 5.

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If you recognize the suspect, Franklin Township Police request you contact Detective Joseph Biener at 856-694-1415, ext. 171. Tips can also be emailed anonymously to the Franklin Township Police Detective Division at crimetips@franklintownship.comDeborah M. Marko is a senior reporter with The Daily Journal. Currently focused on breaking news and education issues, she also oversees community outreach programs that promote literacy and public safety. Got a story idea? Call 856-563-5256. Follow on Twitter: @dmarko_dj Instagram: deb.marko.dj Help support local journalism with a The Daily Journal subscription.

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