(Update) Armed Robberies Suspect Brandon Williams Apprehended by Cherry Hill Police

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CHERRY HILL, N.J. -

The Cherry Hill Police Department has apprehended Brandon Williams, who was wanted in connection with two knife point robberies.

He was located and taken in to custody without incident by officers from the Cherry Hill Police Department on Thursday, October 4th, at approximately 9:45 am.

The Cherry Hill Police Department appreciates the cooperation of the public in assisting them solve this crime and would like to remind its community partners that information regarding criminal activity may be shared by calling the police department directly, and may also be submitted anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://cherryhill- nj.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

Police in Cherry Hill had been looking for Williams, 36, of Cherry Hill, for robbing two women at knifepoint earlier this week.

Authorities say on Tuesday, October 2nd, at around 1:40 p.m., a woman was leaving the Bank of America on West Route 70 when Williams, armed with a knife, approached her and stole cash.

Williams then robbed a second woman nearly 40 minutes later at the TD Bank on North Kings Highway.

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