One of 3 suspects indicted of holding adult a valuables store in Montgomery County, Maryland, has been arrested Monday following a bank spoliation in Arlington, Virginia, military said.
On Monday Dec. 30, Arlington County military arrested 42-year-old Derrick Lamont Graham, of an unconfirmed address, on one count of robbery.
Police pronounced a think entered a bank on a 2200 retard of Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, upheld a note and pragmatic that there was weapon; no arms was seen.
The think took off with an undisclosed volume of money before military incarcerated him.
On Tuesday Dec. 31, Montgomery County military charged Graham with armed spoliation in tie with a thievery during a Jewelry Exchange in Bethesda, Maryland, on Dec. 13.
Three group entered a store on Old Georgetown Road shortly before 6 p.m. and one of a group pulled out a handgun and demanded jewelry, military said. During a robbery, one of a group went to a front doorway to act as a lookout.
Police pronounced a suspects took some 100 pieces of valuables value some-more than $60,000 in total.
On Dec. 17, Montgomery County military expelled notice video of a suspects and asked for a public’s assistance in identifying them. They perceived several tips identifying Graham as a chairman who displayed a gun, a news recover said.
Montgomery County military got a aver for Graham on Dec. 18.
He stays in control in Arlington tentative extradition to Montgomery County.
Police are still operative on identifying a dual other suspects in a valuables store robbery, and ask anyone with information to call Montgomery County military during 240-773-5100.
See a map of a area where a bank spoliation took place below:
WTOP’s Jack Moore contributed to this report.
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