2 suspects arrested after robberies lead to early morning chase
HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. – Police arrested two people after a pair of early morning robberies and a police chase.
According to Lawrence police, the first robbery happened around midnight at a Village Pantry in McCordsville. In that case, two people robbed the store at gunpoint and got away with money.
About an hour later, the BP at 9200 East 56th Street in Lawrence was robbed; witnesses reported seeing a white SUV speeding away from the scene.
4 Fast Facts
- Police arrest two people after pair of armed robberies early Monday morning
- Officers gave chase after witnesses saw an SUV speed away from one of the robberies
- The suspects got out of their vehicle and tried to run off
- Police apprehended the men shortly after that
A Lawrence police officer spotted the vehicle and tried to pull it over, but the SUV took off. The suspects drove toward Greenfield and ended up in an industrial area on Mt. Comfort Road near I-70.
The suspects got out of the car and tried to run away, but police arrested them. Officers recovered two guns during the incident.
Both suspects face a preliminary charge of robbery, and police are working to figure out if they may be connected to other robberies in the area.