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.