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UPDATE: Second Suspect Identified In Cambridge Armed Robbery

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Wanted: William Murray Wanted: William Murray

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Police are searching for a second suspect in Thursday's armed robbery.

Cambridge Police say that they have identified William Murray III, 20, of Hurlock, as the second suspect in the armed robbery that happened at the Bayly Road Quick Shop on February 7th, around 8:40 PM.

An investigation showed the two suspects walked into the store, one shot the clerk three times, and both fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Anyone with information on Murray's whereabouts, should contact Cambridge Police Department at 410-228-3333.

21-year-old Tashawn Murphy was identified as the shooter in the incident, and was arrested on Friday. He continues to be held without bond, on 1st degree attempted murder and other related charges, at the Detention Center.

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