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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Madison Police Department confirms two suspects have been arrested in connection with a downtown robbery.
Police say they will not release the names or photos of the suspects
yet, until Madison Police Spokesmen Joel DeSpain has been notified and
comes out with a press release. Police say the robbery was a targeted
The Madison Police Department has recovered the victim's backpack and the weapon used in the incident, which is a gun.
On Wednesday, two suspects who are 17 and 18 years old, robbed a
19-year-old victim at gunpoint and made off with a backpack containing
his wallet and keys. Madison police say friends of the victim chased the
"There were shots fired, but we don't have enough information to
suggest it was fired at a person," said Madison Police Spokesmen Joel
DeSpain. "There is a possibility that the shot was fired into the air."
No one was hurt.
According to the Madison Police Department, the names and photos of
the arrested suspects will be released later in the day on Thursday.
MADISON (WKOW) - Madison police now say they have detained two teenagers in connection with a robbery, but the teens have not yet been arrested.
The suspects are 17 and 18 years old.
Police say the victim is a 19-year-old from Madison.
Here is the latest update posted by MPD spokesman Joel DeSpain:
"Initial information indicates a 19-year old man was robbed – at gunpoint - of his backpack, wallet and keys by two suspects. The holdup happened in the 100 block of W. Gilman St. around 6:20 p.m.
MPD detectives believe a friend, or friends of the victim gave chase as the suspects fled on foot. The pursuit headed to Langdon Street, and one round was fired in the 100 block by one of the suspects. It is not known if the bullet was fired into the air, or at someone. Two suspects have been detained. One was captured by UW-Madison Police officers at a bus stop on Observatory Dr. A second suspect was located by MPD officers near the intersection of Gilman Street and Henry Street. More information will be released as it becomes available."
Shortly after the latest incident report update by MPD, UW-Madison sent a WiscAlert alerting students that they do not need to shelter in place any longer.
MADISON (WKOW) -- Police are searching for a suspect in downtown Madison.
Police say the report came in for one shot being fired in the 100 block of Langdon Street just before 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
In an alert posted on its website, UW-Madison says a suspect was last seen heading west on the Lakeshore Path toward the residence halls. It says the situation is not an "active shooter" but a search for a suspect.
The university also posted a description of suspect: Male, black wearing black clothing with a black/white baseball cap, black jacket, dark backpack.
It says everyone in the area is asked to shelter in place and stay indoors until the situation is resolved.
Madison police say a witness told them a suspect may have fled into the Madison College building on N. Carroll Street and W. Dayton Street. Police say officers searched the building and no suspect was found.
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