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Roanoke County Police arrest 2 in armed robbery

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Roanoke County Police arrested two young men in connection with an armed robbery from last week.

Investigators believe 18-year-old Brandon Christopher Thomas Maggi, of Salem, and 18-year-old Jonathan O'Meara, of Roanoke, worked together to rob the Stop Inn Food Store at 3809 Brambleton Avenue on Friday, March 22nd.

Around 3:30 a.m., police believe Maggi walked into the convenience store, took out a gun, and demanded money from the clerk on duty.  Witnesses say Maggi had a pistol.

While Maggi was inside, police say O'Meara served as a lookout.

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