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November 23, 2012

Robbery suspect rejects plea


Niagara Gazette — A short time later, at about 1:20 a.m., he went to the 7-11 store in the 2600 block of Niagara Street and again threatened the cashier by saying he had a weapon, but did not display one. He demanded money and cigarettes and the cashier complied with his demands.

Investigators said they almost immediately identified Schubert as their suspect, but were unable to locate and arrest him.

On Sept. 10, Schubert went into the 7-11 store in the 6800 block of Buffalo Avenue, at about 12:25 a.m., and threatened the clerk that he had a weapon, but again, never displayed one. As he had in the prior robberies, Schubert demanded money and cigarettes.

The cashier gave him money and cigarettes and he fled the store.

Several hours later, patrol officers and Detective Mark Jaroszewski were able to track Schubert to a home on Lockport Road, where he was staying. Detectives said Schubert was taken into custody without incident.

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