Walker (Right) has not been located and is considered armed and dangerous. Moore (left) and Jones (center) were arrested this week. (Submitted Photos)

Third suspect wanted in armed robbery

Published 10:08pm Thursday, October 11, 2012

A press release from the Washington Police Department said police are looking for the third suspect in an armed robbery that occurred in Washington early Wednesday morning.
According to a release from Lt. William Chrismon, spokesman for the police department, the victim was lured from the intersection of W. Seventh and Respess streets then robbed at gunpoint by two suspects. The victim was not injured during the crime.
Police arrested Jamicah Eugene Moore, 25, of Pontiac Drive, Washington, and Satoya Jones, 27, of W. Ninth Street, Washington, charging the two with robbery with a dangerous weapon. Jones was also charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery and prostitution, said the release. Both were confined in the Beaufort County Detention Center pending appearances.
The third suspect in the robbery is Olajuwon Walker, 24, of Washington. According to the release, Walker should be considered armed and dangerous.
As of Thursday afternoon, Chrismon said Walker had not been located.
Anyone with information about Walker’s location is asked to call their local law enforcement agency or the Washington Police Department at 252-946-1444.

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