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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Three people, two robberies -- all in the same day.
Louisville Metro Police say they arrested three men after they robbed two stores in one day.
The alleged incidents took place on Sunday, Feb. 16.
According to arrest reports, the first robbery took place at Jack's Food Mart on Manslick Road, near Gagel Ave., shortly after 9 p.m. Police say 18-year-old Jonathan Campos and 19-year-old Miguez Mosquera Iglesias-Luis walked into the store armed and demanded and received business cash. Police say 21-year-old Tre Smith acted as a lookout. After receiving the cash, the three suspects left the scene.
A few hours later, shortly after 11 p.m., Louisville Metro Police say the three suspects robbed the Circle K on Bardstown Road, just north of Seatonville Road. Police say all three men entered the store and demanded and received business cash.
The men were arrested a few minutes later. They all face robbery charges.
Campos faces a third robbery charge, in connection with the robbery of the Valero Food Mart on E. Manslick Rd., near Smyrna Pkwy., on Tuesday, Feb. 11 just before 11 p.m.