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Police have arrested the suspect wanted in four shotgun robberies in Queens.

The man suspected in four armed robberies in Queens has been arrested, said police.

Corey King, 23, of Queens Village, is charged with four counts of robbery for holding up three delis and a dry cleaner in March and April.

During each incident, the suspect entered the store with a shotgun, struck an employee in the face with the weapon, then fled with cash.

 

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