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3 accused of robbing store, arrested when they were spotted at Fort Worth motel

Dena Miller (left), John McGrady (top right) and DuJuan Williams are accused in the early Sunday robbery of a Fort Worth store.
Dena Miller (left), John McGrady (top right) and DuJuan Williams are accused in the early Sunday robbery of a Fort Worth store.

Three suspects accused in the holdup at gunpoint of a convenience store employee were in custody Sunday after police located them as they were parking at a motel.

The suspects were arrested at the ACE Motel after police used a loud speaker to get them to come out of rooms, police said. No shots were fired in the incident.

The suspects were identified as Dena Miller, 41, of Fort Worth; John McGrady, 36, of Fort Worth; and DuJuan Williams, 37, of Fort Worth, according to Fort Worth Jail records.

They each face a charge of aggravated robbery and they are accused of stealing more than $2,500 worth of lottery tickets and cigarettes.

Officers responded to the robbery call shortly after 3:30 a.m. at the Circle K in the 6700 block of Crowley Road.

An employee told police he had been robbed at gunpoint by suspects. Police did not release any details on what was stolen.

A short time later, officers observed a vehicle that matched the description of the one used in the Circle K robbery at the motel, 3105 S. Riverside Drive, about six miles from the holdup.

The suspects were captured and they were in the Fort Worth Jail Sunday.

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