Suspect arrested in 4 Phila. robberies
PHILADELPHIA - June 29, 2012 (WPVI) -- Philadelphia police say a man arrested for a robbery this week has been identified as a suspect in three other robberies.
Kaleel Hinton, 18, of the 5400 block of Trinity Street was arrested on Wednesday.
Police say he had been identified as the suspect in a robbery in the 5400 block of Chester Avenue.
As the investigation continued, police said he was determined to be a suspect in the following crimes:
-On March 30th, a man was robbed on the Route 52 SEPTA bus. Police say Hinton took the man's cell phone, wallet and bank card.
-On June 4th, police say Hinton robbed a 7-Eleven at 1337 South 58th Street.
-One June 13th, police say Hinton robbed the BP/Dunkin Donuts at 6600 Essington Avenue.
Hinton is charged with multiple robberies and related offenses.
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