Arrest warrants issued in robbery of Fondren store manager - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

Arrest warrants issued in robbery of Fondren store manager

Jarvis Johnson   Source: JPD Jarvis Johnson Source: JPD
Cytize Brown   Source: JPD Cytize Brown Source: JPD
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Jackson police are looking for two men in the robbery of a Fondren store manager.

Arrest warrants have been issued for Jarvis Johnson and Cytize Brown. Both are wanted in the robbery of a Swell-O-Phonic manager Nov. 30.    

A camera outside Rooster's restaurant next door captured images of the suspects.

The Swell-O-Phonic store manager, who did not want to be identified, says a man in a black jacket sprayed him in the face with Clorox before grabbing the night deposit.   

He followed his attacker outside, trying to stop him from leaving.     

Employees posted pictures of the two men on the store's Facebook page.

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