Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Robbing Convenience Store In Frederick

FREDERICK, Colo. (CBS4) – Frederick police have arrested a suspect wanted in an armed robbery.

Officers were called to the Frederick Store around 7 p.m. on Friday. Employees say the man came into the store and pulled a gun on the clerk demanding money. He then fled the store on foot.

On Monday police arrested David Roy Gooden, 25, for aggravated robbery.

“A successful mutual effort by the Frederick and Longmont Police Departments resulted in David being taken into custody without incident,” police said in a statement.


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