Two male juveniles were arrested after an armed robbery on the bike trail between the King St. and Braddock Road Metro stations on Saturday night.
No one was injured in the incident at Metro Linear Park, which occurred at around 11 p.m., according to dispatch reports.
A male victim was allegedly robbed by two juvenile suspects wearing dark hoodies. One of the suspects allegedly brandished a handgun. The suspects fled the scene on foot, split up and were later tracked down by police and positively identified by the victim and witnesses.
One of suspects was arrested near the intersection of Wythe and N. West Streets and the other was arrested the 400 block of Cook Street, which is nearly a mile from where the incident occurred.
Anyone with information on this incident can call the APD non-emergency number at 703-746-4444. Callers can remain anonymous.
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