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Worcester Man Arrested After Robbing Colony Farms Market With Knife

Friday, November 17, 2017

 

A Worcester man was arrested after robbing the Colony Farms Market on Main Street with a knife.

James Kilbride, 41, of Worcester was charged with armed robbery.

The Incident

On 11/14/17 at about 7:30 p.m., Worcester Police were sent to Colony Farms Market at 1127 Main St for a report of an armed robbery with a knife that just happened. The caller reported that the man robbed the store at knife-point and ran away on foot. Several officers responded to check the area while the initial responding officer spoke with the victims.

Store employees said that the suspect, later identified as Gilbride, entered the store, pulled a hood over his head, and approached the clerk behind the register. He held a box cutter with the blade exposed, and said, “Give me the money.” The clerk gave the suspect some money, and the suspect walked out of the store toward Mill St. The responding officer broadcast the description of the suspect over the radio. The suspect was a regular customer at the store.

Shortly after the description was broadcast, officers stopped Gilbride, who matched the description given by the victim. The victim positively identified Gilbride as the robber, and the missing money was discovered in Gilbride’s shoe.

 

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