Arrests made in armed robbery at Shell gas station in Miamisburg

MIAMISBURG — UPDATE @ 1:38 p.m. (May 6):

Police have arrested an 18-year-old in connection to the robbery at Shell on May 2 in Miamisburg.

Kenyon Brown was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a charge of aggravated robbery, Miamisburg police said.

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Brown and three other juveniles were spotted in hoodies behind the business May 4 around 12:45 a.m., and the clerk called police believing the store was about to be robbed.

“Once detained and identified all three subjects, along with a female found to be with them, were interviewed. It was then confirmed that at least two of these subjects were involved in the previous robbery,” police said in a prepared statement.

UPDATE @ 9:33 a.m. (May 2):

Miamisburg police are looking for three people in connection with an armed robbery Thursday morning at a Shell gas station.

Around 12:02 a.m., three males entered the store, 1160 E. Central Ave., and stole cash, JUUL pods, cigarettes and lighters, according to police.

One of the robbers had a gun and reportedly pointed it at a clerk.

The first suspect was wearing a black mask and pants, a black hooded sweatshirts with a white stripe and black shoes with a white stripe near the toe. He also had a black bag.

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The second suspect was wearing blue jeans with dark gym shorts with a red stripe underneath the jeans. He also had on a black hooded sweatshirt and black shoes with a white stripe and had a black and red bag.

The third suspect was wearing a blue mask, a gray hooded sweatshirt with a white logo, jeans and red shoes with black and white markings. He also was wearing gloves, appearing to be from Addias. He stood about 5 feet 7 or 5 feet 9 inches and looked to be the shortest of the three, according to police.

One of the robbers reportedly had a “T&M” bag, which police think came from a perfume store at the Dayton Mall.

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The group is believed to have left in a car that was parked around the corner and out of sight of surveillance cameras.

Anyone with information on the robbery or anyone involved should contact detective Sgt. J.S. Muncy at 937-847-6612.