Arkadelphia Cashier Murdered in Robbery | State Police Ask For Help IDing Suspects


An Arkadelphia man is dead following an early morning robbery at Jordan’s Kwick Stop Shell, located at 180 Valley Street in Arkadelphia (Caddo Valley area).

Christopher D. Brown, 24, of 290 Frost Road, Arkadelphia was working as a store clerk when two men entered the store at 4:43 AM today (Sunday, January 25, 2015). Brown was shot by one of the suspects and pronounced dead at the scene.

Video surveillance at the store captured images of two suspects entering the store while an accomplice waited outside in a late model four-door Ford Taurus (see attached images). The vehicle may be gray or a green in color.

Suspect one, the driver who never exited the vehicle, is believed to be a black male, heavy set, wearing a yellow t-shirt.

Suspect two (see attached images) is a black male, heavy set, wearing a white t-shirt with a black long sleeve t-shirt underneath, a blue U.S. Polo brand jacket tied around his waist and blue jeans. Suspect two may have been wearing a work-style boot.

Suspect three is a black male, skinny, short, wearing a gray hooded zip-up jacket and sagging dark jeans. This suspect was armed with a suspected long barrel revolver.

Anyone with information about the robbery and murder or offering assistance in the identification of the suspects should call the Arkansas State Police at (870) 777-4641.

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