HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A fifth suspect in the armed robbery of a Rite Aid store has been arrested in Baltimore, police said.
Kenrick Groover-Floyd, 31, is accused of robbing the Rite Aid at 1941 Derry Street on April 8. Police say he and four others had guns and threatened employees when they stole money and prescription drugs.
Four other suspects are in custody. Police have identified them as Brandon Harris, 26; Childes Neely, 27, both of Harrisburg; David Rinehardt, 19, and Kyzaih McHenry, 17, both of North Carolina.