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2 St. Louis men arrested after unsuccessful Boost Mobile robbery

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39-year-old Terry Williams and 35-year-old Anthony Terrell Caruthers robbed a Boost Mobile store and tied up the hands of a store manager. Credit: SLMPD 39-year-old Terry Williams and 35-year-old Anthony Terrell Caruthers robbed a Boost Mobile store and tied up the hands of a store manager. Credit: SLMPD

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Two suspects are charged with a litany of crimes after police say they robbed the manager of a Boost Mobile store in the 4000 block of North Grand Wednesday.

According to authorities, 39-year-old Terry Williams and 35-year-old Anthony Terrell Caruthers, both of St. Louis, entered the store with a gun and demanded money.

They then forced the manager into a closet, covered his head with a shirt and bound his hands.

Police say the two stole the manager’s cell phone, jewelry and money.

Officers responded to a 911 call about the incident, and when they arrived found the doors locked and the two suspects inside. They gained entry and subdued Caruthers and Williams, recovering a .44 caliber revolver.

The entire incident was captured on camera, and both men have been charged with four felonies; robbery, armed criminal action, felonious restraint and possession of a firearm. Both men have existing criminal records. 

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