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4th armed robbery suspect turns himself in to Warren Police

Posted: 8:09 AM, Jun 19, 2019
Updated: 2019-06-19 09:26:28-04
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WARREN, Mich. (WXYZ) — UPDATE: The fourth armed robbery suspect has turned himself in to the Warren Police Department, according to officers.

Police tell 7 Action News reporter Ali Hoxie the suspect is 17 years old.

The manhunt is over, and residents can resume activity in the area.

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Police are asking residents to stay indoors while a manhunt continues for an armed suspect in Warren.

Warren police responded to a 5:50 a.m. call of an armed robbery at the 8100 block of Prospect, a residential neighborhood.

A victim told police four men – all armed with masks on – approached him from behind.

All suspects attempted to speed off from the scene in a blue four-door vehicle when a short police chase began at 9 Mile and Hoover and ended at Timken Avenue.

All four men jumped out of the vehicle and began running. Police were able to apprehend three suspects – and recover one gun – but one man got away.

Right now, police are using a K-9 unit to search for this suspect. He is considered armed and dangerous, and neighbors are asked to stay indoors until the area is cleared.