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Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Robberies

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28-year-old Sophorn Ouch and 19-year-old-Nicholas Pompeii were arrested on robbery charges. 28-year-old Sophorn Ouch and 19-year-old-Nicholas Pompeii were arrested on robbery charges.
Police are still looking for third reported suspect Kennan Gentry Police are still looking for third reported suspect Kennan Gentry
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA -

Police have arrested two suspects in connection with robberies in the South Philly areas of Queen Village and Point Breeze.

28-year-old Sophorn Ouch and 19-year-old-Nicholas Pompeii were arrested on robbery charges.

Officials were looking for three suspects: 2 men and 1 woman who police say are connected to at least three armed robberies.

Detective say anonymous tips lead them to the arrest of Pompeii on 1700 block of South Chadwick Street on Tuesday. Ouch was arrested while sitting in front of her home. Officers say they immediately recognized her from surveillance videos.

Last week, FOX 29's Leigh Scheps spoke to one victim who was robbed right outside his front door. Some of the suspects had been caught on tape mugging people at all hours of the day in Queen Village and Point Breeze.

Ouch was caught on camera at Wal-Mart on Columbus Blvd. Police say she used a woman's stolen credit card to buy an entire shopping cart of goods. The suspect then left the store and loaded up in a Camry.

Police are still looking for third reported suspect Kennan Gentry. If you have any information, Police are asking you to call 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 77384.

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