Police in Indianapolis arrest 2 suspects in Dayton T-Mobile armed robbery

UPDATE @ 4:36 p.m.: When two male juveniles accused of robbing the T-Mobile store near the University of Dayton will be returned to Montgomery County to face charges is not clear.

They remained in custody Monday evening in Indianapolis, where police there apprehended them at a T-Mobile store just a few hours after the Dayton T-Mobile store was robbed.

Dayton police Lt. Jason Hall said excellent detective work and communication here and in the Indiana state capital helped fast-forward the investigation.

UPDATE @ 3:35 p.m.: 

Two juvenile males considered suspects in the armed robbery of the T-Mobile store near the University of Dayton on Monday morning were taken into custody hours later in Indianapolis behind a T-Mobile phone store in that city, according to Dayton police.

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The two juveniles, who were not immediately identified, entered the T-Mobile location on Brown Street and used shoelaces to tie up two employees, investigators said this afternoon.

Both were armed with guns and took store merchandise and cash.

A store manager entered the store and found the employee and called 911 about 10:40 a.m., police said.

Additional details on the capture of the robbery suspects were not released.


A worker was found tied up following an armed robbery at a T-Mobile cell phone store near the University of Dayton on Monday morning, according to dispatch records.

The robbery was reported around 10:40 a.m. at the store, 1147 Brown St.

The worker told the 911 operator two males entered the store, displayed a gun and took off with phones, according to records.

Police attempted to use a K-9 officer to track the suspects but were unsuccessful, records show.

No injuries were reported.

Officers on scene declined to comment on the status of the investigation.

Additional details were not available. We’ll continue to update this story as we learn more.