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Update: Police Say Citizens Helped Catch Gas Station Robbers

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 7/24/2012 12:39 am
Georgetown Police say if not for citizens at a Marathon 'Pump and Shop' they would not of caught two suspects who allegedly robbed at least one other gas station in town.

Police charged Devin Gillespie and Paul Querterhouse with first degree robbery for the 'Pump and Shop' robbery.

A Shell Station was also robbed early Monday morning around 12:30.

Police say the outfit of the suspect in that robbery matches the clothes Devin Gillespie was wearing was he was arrested.

Police say a bb gun was used in the hold ups.

No one has been arrested in a similar robbery Saturday at a different Shell Station.
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