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Williamston men charged in Star Food Mart armed robbery

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WILLIAMSTON, N.C. - Two men are behind bars, accused of an armed robbery in Williamston.

It happened October 11th at the Star III Food Mart located on Main Street.

Officers responding to the call say employees reported the pair, armed with a handgun, entered the store and demanded money before fleeing the scene on foot. There were no injuries in the incident.

Investigators identified the men as 17-year-old Daveone Marquae Swain and 16-year-old Tyree Devaughn'tai Williams, both of Williamston. Both were charged with one count of Common Law Robbery.  Williams was also charged with one count of Resist, Delay, or Obstruct from an unrelated incident. Williams was held on a $26,000 secured bond; Swain on a $25,000 secured bond.

They’re both due in court November 27.

If you have any information about the incident, call Williamston Police Department at 252-792-2124.
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