2 adults, 1 teen arrested after T-Mobile robbery; at least 1 other sought by police

MIAMI TWP. — Two adults and a teen were arrested and police are looking for at least one other person following the robbery of a Miami Twp. T-Mobile store Tuesday afternoon, police said in a media release Wednesday.

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James Ralph Jackson IV, 19, Tamaurie Darnell Kinney, 18, and a 17-year-old male, all from Dayton, were arrested following a crash and chase the ended on Edwin C. Moses Boulevard and Interstate 75 in Dayton shortly after the robbery, according to a Miami Twp. police incident report.

This news outlet is not identifying the 17-year-old because he is a juvenile.

Jackson and Kinney are both listed as inmates in the Montgomery County Jail.

All three were arrested on charges of aggravated robbery, police said.

Around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, officers responded to the store at 2004 Miamisburg Centerville Road after an employee reported masked, armed men entered the store and robbed them, police said in the release.

An officer in the area of I-75 and Edwin C. Moses spotted the car the suspects fled in, and reported it crashed just off the exit ramp.

Jackson, Kinney, and the juvenile were all taken into custody near the scene, police said.

Police released captures from surveillance video that shows four people enter the store, some wearing masks and gloves, and others just with hooded sweatshirts.

Officers did not identify which suspects are in which photos, nor who they believe is still on the run.

Police urge anyone with information that could help investigators to contact Detective Sgt. Paul Nienhaus at 937-433-2815.

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