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UPDATE: Toot'n Totum robbery suspect in custody

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UPDATE: Amarillo police say the suspect in Friday's Toot'n Totum robbery is in custody.

Thanks to numerous tips Amarillo Crime Stoppers received after this story was posted, police identified 26 year-old Cameron Lopez, of Canyon, as the suspect.

He was taken into custody Tuesday, charged with robbery.

The other suspect in the previously released surveillance photos was cleared of charges after police determined he didn't participate in any criminal activity.


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Amarillo, TX - Your help is needed to track down two men suspected of robbing a local convenience store. Amarillo police say two men, captured in surveillance photos, entered the Toot'n Totum near Coulter and the south loop, Friday night.

That's when they say one of the suspects "bulldozed" the cashier behind the counter and demanded cash from the register.

If you have any information that could lead police to an arrest, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.

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