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Aggravated Robbery Indictment

Ernest Phillip Hernandez,36, was indicted by a Wichita County Grand Jury on Thursday on one count of Aggravated Robbery and one count of Theft of Property Less Than $1,500 With Two or More Previous Convictions.

Hernandez was a suspect in three robberies in Wichita Falls.

Police say on April 25th Hernandez allegedly robbed Cells-U-More on Southwest Parkway.

A witness said Hernandez pulled out a gun and demanded money.

Officers say the second robbery possibly involving Hernandez happened on May 27th at Cashmax.

According to police, Hernandez could also connected to the Quick & Easy Pawn shop robbery that happened on May 3rd.

Police believe Hernandez and another suspect tried to rob the store, but the owner ended up opening fire causing them to flee.

 

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