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Police Report: Strong-Armed Robbery at Chesterfield Mall Store

The following arrest information was supplied by the Chesterfield Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. All addresses given are generic.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Chesterfield Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. All addresses given are generic.

On Sept. 8 at the Buckle in the Chesterfield Mall, police arrested a 21-year-old man on strong-armed robbery charges. Witnesses said he grabbed clothing and ran out of store. A store employee attempted to stop the man, but was pushed out of the way, causing no injuries.

On Sept. 8, at 24-Hour Fitness on Clayton Road, someone damaged a door lock on victim's vehicle and took a purse containing cash, credit cards, and cellphone.

On Sept. 7, at Broadmoor Drive and Highland Park, police stopped a 22 year-old man in possession of open container of alcohol after suspicious vehicle check.

On Sept. 7, at Deltona Drive and Forest Crest Drive, police stopped two 16 year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy who were out after curfew.

Between Sept. 6-7, in the 15000 block of Quail Meadows Drive, someone took prescription medication out of bag that was left outside in front of residence.

On Sept. 7 at the St. Louis Premium Outlets, someone stole a wallet with cash and credit cards after it was left unattended on table.

Between Sept. 6-7 at Brooking Park on South Woods Mill Road, someone used stolen credit card information to make purchases.

On Sept. 5, at Kirkwood Materials on South Outer 40 Road, someone forced open front door of business and took money from a safe and landscaping material.

Between Sept. 3-5, in the 16000 block of Bent Tree Drive, someone reported that his license plate tabs were stolen.

On Sept. 5, at the Mobil on the Run on Chesterfield Airport Road, someone used a lost credit card that did not belong to him for purchases.

On Sept. 6 at the Schnucks in Hilltown Village Center, someone stole a cell phone after it was left unattended in the store.

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