One suspect in robbery of pizza delivery person turns himself in

Police are searching for Corey Elliot McConnell (right), 23, of Jamestown, after Aramis D’Artahnan Goodman (left), 24, of Jamestown, turned himself in to police.

CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – Conway police say one of the suspects in the robbery of a pizza delivery person turned himself in to officers Thursday night.

Conway police were originally searching for two men wanted for allegedly robbing a Domino’s delivery person in mid-January.

Lt. Selena Small with Conway Police Department says officers responded to a report of an armed robbery that occurred January 16 at 1519 Grainger Road  in Conway. The delivery driver for Domino’s told police that two men approached him as he was walking to an apartment to deliver a pizza. The duo reportedly robbed the delivery person and at least one of the suspected thieves was armed with a gun, according to Lt. Small.

The investigation into the robbery led police to issue warrants on two suspects.

Lt. Small says Aramis D’Artahnan Goodman, 24, of Jamestown, turned himself in to police at the Conway Police Department Thursday night. However, officers continue to search for the second suspect, Corey Elliot McConnell, 23, of Jamestown. Anyone with information on McConnell’s location is asked to call the Conway Police Department at 843-248-1790.

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