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Reno Police Arrest Two in String of Armed Robberies

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Hunter Redman Hunter Redman
Amber Flood Amber Flood

Reno Police recently arrested two suspects in a string of armed robberies.

Back on March 5th, a masked man, later identified as 20-year old Hunter Redman, allegedly walked into a convenience store on South Virginia Street and robbed the clerk at gunpoint.

Police say Redman allegedly committed similar armed robberies on March 6th, March 18th, April 14th and April 17th.

Police say 21-year old Amber Flood is accused of being the getaway driver for the April 17th incident.

Police received a warrant to search their home, and they were both arrested and charged with armed robbery. Police say it's believed Redman will be charged with a similar robbery committed in Sparks on April 18th.

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