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Armed robbery suspects apprehended using "Find My iPhone" app

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ATLANTA, Ga. - Authorities apprehended two suspects they say robbed a home on the 3200 block of Andrews Drive in NW Atlanta.

Police say the twosome entered the residence through the garage door and approached the victim with firearms drawn. They then allegedly tied the victim up using a t-shirt and an electrical cord and they asked him for money.

The suspects then searched the home and took "several items including three watches worth approximately $61,500, 3 credit cards, two televisions, a speaker, a laptop computer, an iPhone, two cameras, one Louis Vuitton luggage bag, approximately $445 in Euros, $420 in Pesos, and $1148 in U.S. currency."

Police were able to track the victims property by using the "Find My iPhone" app and they were then able to apprehend the suspects at a Chevron Gas Station on Spring Street.

The suspects, Rashawn Dickson and Andre Chambers, were arrested and charged with Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Theft by Receiving, Possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, False Imprisonment. One suspect is still at-large.
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