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Pampa robbery suspect in custody

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Pampa, TX - A Pampa man is placed behind bars after a convenience store robbery.

Police say they were called to the Allsups near West Wilks and Hobart on a panic alarm Thursday night where a man had reportedly fired a weapon inside the store.

They say the suspect had fled but was caught by DBS troopers and Gray County deputies on Highway 60, ten miles west of Pampa.

20 year-old Garrett Redmond was arrested for aggravated robbery and booked into the Gray County jail.

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