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UPDATE: Police Arrest Fourth Juvenile Suspect In Regency Drive Armed Robbery

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UPDATE: Maryland State Police have arrested the fourth suspect sought in the Regency Drive armed robbery.

The 17-year-old was taken into custody about 6 p.m. Friday after cooperation from the three other juveniles previously arrested. Those individuals as well as the victims identified the last suspect as the gunman. He has been waived to adult status.

SALISBURY, Md. - Three suspects are in custody after an armed robbery in Salisbury.

Police say the incident occurred Thursday afternoon in the Regency Drive area. An investigation revealed that the suspects, three juvenile males and one juvenile female ranging from ages 14 to 17, approached the two victims in a vehicle.  They then allegedly pointed at gun at the victims and stole their skateboard.  Two of the suspects were immediately apprehended in the nearby Food Lion.  The other two fled on foot, but one was later located and arrested at The Greens at Schumaker Pond.  

All suspects in custody were waived to adult status and taken to Central Booking for processing. Police also seized four airsoft BB guns, which were spray painted black and life size replicas of real firearms.  All the suspect's cell phones have been seized as well because authorities believe the incident was recorded on their phones.  Police are still searching for the fourth suspect.

Two others, 35-year-old Cristy Urbina and a 14-year-old juvenile were arrested for Hindering/Obstruction/Failing to Obey a Lawful Order and Making a False Statement to Police for harboring the third suspect. The two male juvenile victims were not injured during this incident.

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