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Police arrest suspect accused of robbing Circle K with screwdriver

According to the South Tucson Police Department, surveillance video shows the suspect during a robbery at the Circle K at 2004 S. Sixth Avenue on Wednesday, May 17. (Source: South Tucson Police Department) According to the South Tucson Police Department, surveillance video shows the suspect during a robbery at the Circle K at 2004 S. Sixth Avenue on Wednesday, May 17. (Source: South Tucson Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The suspect accused of robbing a Circle K and threatening an employee with a screwdriver has been arrested.

Tony David Moreno was arrested just after midnight on Thursday, May 18.

[READ: South Tucson police searching for armed robbery suspect]

According to a news release from the South Tucson Police Department, Moreno allegedly robbed the Circle K at 2004 S. Sixth Avenue on Wednesday, May 17.

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Police say he walked behind the counter armed with a screwdriver, and demanded that a clerk give him all the money in the register.  

He then told a second clerk they had "10 seconds to open your register," while pointing the screwdriver to within inches of the clerk's body.  

He walked away with $77.

Moreno is now facing charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault and burglary. 

He's been booked into the Pima County Jail.

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