Updated:CONYERS, Ga.,None - Officials with the Conyers Police Department said they have a third person in custody in connection with the killing of a GameStop customer on Thursday.
Police told Channel 2 Action News reporter Kerry Kavanaugh at the scene on Friday that a passer-by on Interstate 20 called police after seeing a man come out of a manhole where officials had been searching for the third robber.
Police arrived at the scene and took the man, identified as Markus Isiah Seymore, 17, into custody just before 8:30 a.m. Friday, police said.
Authorities continued to search an area under a bridge along I-20 westbound near Walnut Grove Road looking for evidence, police said.
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A customer who interrupted a robbery attempt at the GameStop store in Conyers died after being shot twice on Thursday.
The victim, 40-year-old Adrian Snow, walked into the store sometime after noon Thursday.
Investigators said the suspects, Giovannte Maddox, 27, and Tron Lamar Hill, 25, both of Atlanta, tried to tie Snow up, but that Snow wouldn't cooperate. Snow was shot in the hand and shoulder, police said. He was airlifted to Grady Memorial Hospital and underwent surgery for the injuries, but he later died.
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Conyers police said a GameStop employee was also tied up while the men stole personal items from him and pocketed merchandise throughout the store. The employee was not injured.
Maddox and Williams were taken into custody shortly after the shooting and were and charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, aggravated battery and other offenses.
Police searched storm drains under the store for a third robber on Thursday, but did not locate him. Police said they believe Seymore is the person they were looking for.
Seymore was charged with two counts of armed robbery, kidnapping, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated battery.
Murder charges against the three were expected.
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