BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Police believe they have the man that robbed a Broken Arrow convenience store on Christmas.
Martin Crawford, 26, was booked into jail Friday morning after video surveillance identified him as wearing the same clothes, according to Broken Arrow police.
Witnesses also placed him near the 2100 West New Orleans Kum-N-Go, the scene of the crime.
A search warrant uncovered the mask used in the robbery, police said.
Crawford faces charges of second-degree robbery and wearing a mask during the commission of a felony. He is expected in court Jan. 7 and is being held on $220,000 bond.
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