Store owner speaks out following armed robbery in San Benito
SAN BENITO – A man suspected of robbery at a San Benito store was arrested Thursday.
Store owner Antonio Rodriguez says a man came into the store with his hood up and held a gun to the clerk.
The man demanded money, four packs of cigarettes and a pickle, Rodriguez said.
The San Benito Police Department says a person of interest is in custody and believed to be the same man who stole a pickup truck before 7 a.m.
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