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Pampa robbery suspect arrested in Amarillo

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Pampa,TX - A man is behind bars after being suspected of robbing an area business.

The Pampa Police Department tells us Monday they responded to a business in the 600 of West Foster on reports of an armed robbery.

The clerk told officers a white male had reportedly entered and produced a weapon. The suspect fled the scene with an unknown amount of cash.

Information from witnesses led police to the suspect, who was located at a slot amusement business in Amarillo. He was arrested on aggravated robbery and remains at the Potter County Jail.

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