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Greenville police make arrest in connection with recent robberies

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GREENVILLE, Pennsylvania - Greenville city police took have arrested a suspect after he confessed to a number of recent robberies.

Seventee-year-old Arthur Novel admitted to his involvement in the Circle K robbery, the McQuaid's robbery attempt in Farrell, and the robbery of the Standard Market in Brookfield, according to police.

Police said Novel was with Jeffrey Anderson at the time of the robberies.

Anderson was shot and killed Tuesday night when police attempted to apprehend him for his role in the robberies.

Novel was charged with two counts each of criminal attempt, criminal conspiracy, robbery, and robbery/threat of serious bodily harm.

Novel was sent to Mercer jail after failing to post bond.

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