Three people are behind bars after a Lincoln convenience store was robbed.
Just before midnight, Thursday police were called to the U-Stop at 27th and Stockwell after the clerk said a tall black man entered the store, brandished a gun and demanded cigarettes and money.
A short time later an officer noticed three people sitting in a car in the 6300 block of 28th Street, one of which matched the description of the robber.
A search of the vehicle yielded a handgun and what they believe to be the proceeds from the robbery.
Twenty-year-old Dian Domach of Lincoln was arrested on charges of armed robbery, use of a weapon and felony possession of a weapon.
Eighteen-year-old Duop Yiel of Lincoln is also facing robbery charges. And a 20-year-old woman from Lincoln, Alaa Hamdan was arrested and faces charges of aiding and abetting.
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