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Shop N' Go Robbery Arrest

Wichita Falls Police have a arrested a man in connection to a robbery at the Shop N' Go on Scott Avenue earlier in the month. Kenneth Ray Hearne was taken into custody on Friday in the 600 Block of Elm Street. He's charged with robbery and his bond is $35,000.

Hearne took an undetermined amount of money from the convenience store on January 15th and then ran from the store. No one was hurt in that incident. 
     
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