Brookhaven Subway Robbery
Brookhaven Police search for Subway robbery suspect
by Staff Reports
08:36 PM, Wednesday, July 23
Brookhaven Police are searching for an armed robbery suspect in hopes of learning the identity of this individual. A white male entered the Subway at 3929 Peachtree Road July 22, at about 4 p.m. and demanded money. The suspect was armed with a bla...

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