Arrest warrants obtained in Supercuts armed robbery
UPDATE: Dean Dacosta Pratt has been arrested without incident in Franklin County.
Wake Forest Police will charge Pratt with robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with Sunday’s Supercuts robbery. Apex Police will also charge Pratt with robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with a Nov. 23 robbery.
The Wake Forest Police Department wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and assistance of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Lake Royale Police Department in the capture and arrest of Pratt.
Police have obtained an arrest warrant for a Louisburg man in connection with yesterday’s armed robbery at the Wake Forest Supercuts. Warrants have also been obtained by Apex Police in connection with a similar crime last Friday.
At approximately 1:10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25, Wake Forest Police responded to a reported robbery at the Supercuts, 12520-501 Capital Blvd. According to an employee, the subject entered the store, displayed a knife and demanded money. The employee, who was not injured, gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money
Earlier today, Wake Forest Police obtained an arrest warrant for robbery with a dangerous weapon on Dean Dacosta Pratt, 2C Carriage Circle, Louisburg, in connection to the armed robbery at Supercuts.
In a related matter, Apex Police also identified Pratt as the person responsible for committing an armed robbery at approximately 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 23, at the Apex Great Clips, 950 US Hwy 64. In that incident, the subject also displayed a knife and took cash from the clerk. No one was harmed during the incident.
Apex Police have also obtained an arrest warrant for robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Police are now asking for the public’s assistance in locating Pratt.
The Wake Forest Police Department wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and assistance of the Apex Police Department.