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Lubbock Police Arrest Clarence Wesley For Convenience Store Robberies

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A Lubbock man has been arrested for three convenience store robberies.

Lubbock Police arrested 54-year-old Clarence Wesley on Tuesday, December 24th for an outstanding warrant for aggravated robbery.

According to LPD Captain Jon Caspell, police believe that Wesley is responsible for two robberies at the Valero at 33rd Street and Avenue Q on November 30th and December 22nd, and the December 1st robbery of the 7-Eleven store at 2902 4th Street.

Currently, Wesley is charged with theft of more than $1,500 with two priors. More charges are expected at a later date.

Wesley is being held in the Lubbock County Jail on $500,000 bond.

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