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Police used "Find My iPhone" to track down Five Points robbery suspects

With the help of an iPhone app, Columbia Police  were able to track down three suspects accused of robbing a group of University of South Carolina students as they walked down a dark alleyway headed to a bar in Five Points.

Police arrested and charged 18-year-old Crawford Cornelius, 19-year-old BeQuan Recasner and 21-year-old Shanetra Jones with armed robbery, first degree assault and battery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.

 

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