ANDERSON, Ind. (The Herald Bulletin) - Police in Anderson say they have tracked down a suspect involved in a series of armed robberies.
Anderson Police officers arrested 26-year-old Jay P. Crouse after he is alleged to have robbed a Village Pantry while armed with a handgun, 24-Hour News 8's news partner The Herald Bulletin reports.
After officers tracked Crouse down he admitted to committing four robberies.
He was wanted in connection to an incident in Nov. 2011.
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