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3 arrested for attempted armed robbery of Marietta store

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Left to right: Russell Fultz Jr., Thomas McKnight and Teri Nolt Left to right: Russell Fultz Jr., Thomas McKnight and Teri Nolt
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MARIETTA, Pa. (WHTM) -

Three Elizabethtown residents have been arrested in the attempted armed robbery of a Marietta store.

Susquehanna Regional police said they charged Teri Sue Nolt, 41, and Thomas Robert McKnight, 34, both of 51 South Poplar Street, and Russell Eugene Fultz Jr., 24, of 147 East Park Street, with robbery and criminal conspiracy.

Police believe the three are responsible for an incident the night of November 18, when two people tried to rob Herr's Market at 1406 River Road at gunpoint, but left the store empty handed when the clerk refused to hand over cash.

Authorities said Fultz was identified as the gunman and Nolt was his accomplice in the store, while McKnight drove the vehicle used in the crime.

Surveillance video at the store photographed the vehicle, and police said they later received information that led them to Nolt and McKnight.

McKnight was sent to Lancaster County Prison on $50,000 bail and Fultz was being held on $100,000 bail, while Nolt was released after posting $50,000 bail.

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