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Suspect wanted for April robbery in New Haven turns himself in

NEW HAVEN — Police say  a man wanted for the robbery of a gas station convenience store at 141 Willow Street last month has turned himself in.

The New Haven Police Department obtained an arrest warrant for 40-year-old, Jose Antonio Cubiz of New Haven after a surveillance camera captured a suspect who appears to be Cubiz during the April 22 incident.

Police said, ” At 8:15 p.m. this evening, robbery suspect Jose Antonio Cubiz, accompanied by family members, turned himself in to New Haven Police at 1 Union Avenue.  Cubiz has an arrest warrant for a April 2019 commercial robbery.  He has a court set bond of $200,000 and will be arraigned tomorrow in New Haven court at 121 Elm Street.

According to police, Cubiz fits the description of the suspect in several other local robberies.

The warrant charges are first degree robbery, second degree larceny and second degree threatening.

New Haven police are working with neighboring departments to continue their investigation.


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