Jacob Graham, 22, and Jacob Underwood, 21, were arrested recently after an overnight spree of armed robberies across Oklahoma City.
News9.com reported the pair was caught red-handed at a southwest Oklahoma City pharmacy.
An alert officer spotted a car outside of the CVS, and the way that it was parked over to the side of the store caught his eye, MSgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department told the news station. And he noticed someone was in it. And as he was pulling up to check on the vehicle, one of the suspects came running out with a bag of money.
Police believe the men launched their spree Monday night with a strong-armed stop at U.S. Food at 3132 N. Drexel Blvd., according to NewsOK.com. Hearing of the robberies, police began patrolling shops open during the early-morning hours. It ended around 4:45 a.m. recently at the CVS located at 900 SW 44th St.
Officers knew this was going on. They kept receiving robbery calls. It made it more difficult that these robberies were occurring all over the city, Knight told OKCFOX.com.
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