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Police arrest man who robbed a Jacksonville gas station

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JACKSONVILLE, N.C. -

David Jonathan Hill, 41, was taken into custody by Jacksonville Police at around 8:00 PM on Sunday, July 28th.  

Hill is a suspect in a Saturday, July 27th, 2013, a robbery at the Kangaroo Express, 2865 Piney Green Road. 

Jacksonville Police Department Patrol Officers, with the assistance of K-9 team, located Hill in a wooded area in the vicinity of Indian Drive.  Hill was uncooperative and assaulted the K-9 during the apprehension.  He presented police with a false identification card. 

He's charged with Common Law Robbery, Assault on a K-9, Identity Theft, and Resist, Obstruct, Delay.

He's being held on a $36,000 bond.

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Jacksonville Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man they say robbed a Jacksonville gas station on Saturday.

Police say the robbery happened at 12:30a.m. at the Kangaroo Express on Piney Green Road.

Police say 41-year-old David Hill walked into the gas station, demanded money, and left in a silver four door car.

Police say they believe  Hill is homeless and frequents the area where the robbery happened.

Hill faces common law robbery charges.

If you have any information on Hill's location police urge you to contact Cynthia Catrell at 910-938-6405 or call  Crimestoppers at 910-938-3273.

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