Rite Aid robbery suspect surrenders to police

The Philadelphia Police have announced today the arrest of 21 year-old Isaiah Walker in connection with Sunday’s Rite Aid robbery in Germantown. 

Police say Walker surrendered to police at 2:35 a.m. Thursday at 5960 N. Broad Street.  Walker is charged with robbery and related offenses.

Police are still looking for two other men who were involved in the robbery.

The crime

14th District officers responded to a 9-1-1 call of an armed robbery in progress inside the Rite Aid Store located at 1315 East Washington Lane in Germantown.

When officers arrived, they found three employees in handcuffs but uninjuried.

Just as the store closed, three armed males entered into the store and demanded money. They handcuffed the employees and took $3000 in cash, lottery tickets, cigarettes and cigars prior to fleeing the store.

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