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Suspect identified in South Ogden armed robbery

Suspect identified in South Ogden armed robbery

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SOUTH OGDEN -- Police have identified the suspect arrested in relation to Tuesday's armed robbery at Boost Mobile.

Charles Thomas Adams, 32, was booked into the Weber County Jail on charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping.

Police say Thomas walked into the store at 345 E. 36th St. just before noon, Tuesday and showed a pistol to the clerk. He then took two cell phones and left the store.

Thomas and two others were arrested a short time later. One of the men was released. The other is still under investigation.

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