September 13, 2021 6:07am
A 31-year-old is facing weapon and robbery charges in a gas station hold-up in Hanover.
In a tweet early this morning, Hanover Police Chief Christopher Knoll says the suspect fled the scene of a gas station robbery but was arrested within minutes of patrol officers.
The clerk was not hurt and the suspect is being held in custody until a bail hearing this morning.
A 31-year-old Hanover resident is charged with robbery, weapons dangerous, and possession of stolen property.
HPS arrested a 31-year-old male, a new resident of Hanover, for Robbery, Weapons Dangerous & Possession of Stolen Property after being called to a gas station robbery in Hanover. The suspect fled the scene on foot but was spotted and arrested within minutes by patrol officers. pic.twitter.com/vzAmWNTyz0
— Christopher Knoll (@ChiefKnoll) September 13, 2021