PORTLAND, Ore. - Police have arrested a suspect in a string of convenience store robberies in Portland.
After a robbery at a Plaid Pantry just around midnight Monday, police chased a suspect car, stopped it with spike strips and used a dog to help capture a 24-year-old man.
The Oregonian reports Demarcus Yordell Vance was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on five counts of robbery, as well as possessing a stolen car.
Police recovered money taken in the robbery. Four other Plaid Pantry stores were robbed Monday.
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