Rock Hill gas station robbed at gun point, suspects still not found

Rock Hill police made an arrest but are still looking for suspects wanted for robbing a gas station convenience store at gunpoint.

According to a press release from Rock Hill Police Department, an employee said three male suspects entered a 7-Eleven around 4 am. Saturday.

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Two of the suspects began filling a pillowcase with items from the shelves while the third suspect took out his gun and demanded money from the clerk behind the counter.

The suspects then fled the 7-Eleven on Cherry Road.

They were all wearing black hooded sweatshirts and face masks.

On Friday, the Rock Hill Police Department said a 16-year-old was taken into custody in connection with the robbery.

The juvenile is facing charges of armed robbery and criminal conspiracy.

Police say they’re still working to identify the other suspects.

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