The Fayetteville police have arrested several people in connection to a robbery of an AT&T customer outside the Fayette Pavilion store on Sept. 25.
Police said Marquis Raphiel Jackson robbed a 57-year-old customer as she was entering her car.
Jackson opened her passenger door and snatched her bag containing an Apple iPhone she had just bought, according to the victim.
Jackson fled in a red Dodge Grand Caravan accompanied by at least two other suspects. The caravan was later located in the parking lot of a Home Depot.
Fayetteville detectives said they arrested two suspects who had aided in the crime shortly after the car was discovered.
Jackson was spotted a short time later on Roberts Road in Fayette County, but he fled into a wooded area leading deputies on an overnight chase, according to reports.
Jackson was later captured and charged with robbery by sudden snatching and felony obstruction.
Fayetteville police have also charged the following people in connection to the case:
-Patricia Jackson, 40, misdemeanor obstruction -Asheley Moses, 20, party to a crime of robbery and misdemeanor theft by receiving -Gavin Hussey, 20, party to a crime of robbery -Morgan Green, 20, party to a crime of robbery -Cassius Williams, 19, misdemeanor theft by receiving
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