A second suspect in the Texoma Armory shooting and robbery is now in the Wichita County Jail.
The arrest was made around noon Monday in Wichita Falls after the suspect turned himself in.
Multiple shots were fired during the aggravated robbery at the 4700 block of Southwest Parkway, last Thursday, November 19th. The store owner and one of the suspects, Charles Johnson, were both injured during the exchange of gunfire. They are still in the hospital.
Police used the evidence found in an impounded vehicle they said was involved in the incident to obtain an arrest warrant for 26 year old Rodney Robinson.
Not long after the arrest warrant was issued, Rodney turned himself in.
Sergeant Harold McClure from the Wichita Falls Police Department said a riffle was stolen during the robbery.
“We are still looking for that weapon. It’s a CMMG 300 Blackout with scope. We are still looking for that if anyone has any information on that please contact police," said Sgt. McClure.
If you have any information on that weapon used in this robbery please contact Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.