Douglas police make arrests in Clyde's Market robberies

Investigators are still looking for 19-year-old Tyric Laroy Smith in connection to the April 26th robbery of Clydes. / Douglas Police Department

The Douglas Police Department has arrested multiple people after two different robberies at Clydes Market.

According to Douglas police, an unknown black male entered the business on April 26th, 2012 with a handgun and demanded money from the store employee. The suspect left with an unknown amount of money. Officers arrested 17-year-old Marquan Kadeen Jenkins and 26-year-old Tatianna Mariea Wright, both of Alma, Georgia. They have been charged with armed robbery. Investigators report that 19-year-old Tyric Laroy Smith has also been picked up in connection to this robbery.

On May 17th, officers with the Douglas Police Department responded to another reported armed robbery at Clydes Market. Two unknown black males entered the business with handguns and demanded money from the store employee. The offenders took an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes. Authorities say they have arrested 17-year-old Marquan Kadeen Jenkins, 26-year-old Tatiannia Mariea Wright, and 17-year-old Diondre Price Gordon, all of Alma GA. They have all been charged with armed robbery. A 14-year-old juvenile has also been charged with armed robbery and is incarcerated in a regional youth detention center.

All of the adults arrested are currently being held at the Wayne County jail. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Tyric Laroy Smith they are asked to call the Douglas Police Department at (912)384-2222, or the tips line at (912)260-3600.