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Salem Woman Arrested In Connection With Weekend RobberiesSalem-News.com
Three Salem convenience stores were robbed Sunday morning between 5:40 AM and 6:50 AM.
(SALEM) - Robin Templeton, 48 years of age, a Salem resident, was stopped by Salem Police Department SWAT members in the 100 block of Mission St SE at about 1:00 p.m. Monday.
Templeton was driving a 2004 Kia Sedona van which had been identified as being used in the early Saturday morning string of robberies. Templeton was subsequently lodged at the Marion County Correctional Facility on two counts of Robbery II.
After detaining Templeton, the SWAT team served a related search warrant in the 100 block of 13th St NE.
The Salem Police Department is seeking to arrest 24 year old Roberta Alean Hudson for the robberies, as well. Hudson is described as 5'8" tall, 160 pounds, with red hair and blue eyes. She has been staying in the Salem area and is believed to be homeless.
Three Salem convenience stores were robbed Sunday morning between 5:40 AM and 6:50 AM. The stores were the Plaid Pantry at 2505 State St, the Salem Market at 3390 Center St NE, and the US Market at 2904 12th St SE.
Anyone with information regarding these crimes or knowledge about Roberta Hudson's whereabouts is asked to call the Salem Police at (503) 588-6123.
News release from Salem PD
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