Wichita police waited at this O’Reilly’s store at Lincoln and Oliver on Feb. 6 for robbery suspects after a rash of thefts at auto parts businesses in late January and early February.
Wichita police waited at this O’Reilly’s store at Lincoln and Oliver on Feb. 6 for robbery suspects after a rash of thefts at auto parts businesses in late January and early February. Bryan Horwath File photo
Wichita police waited at this O’Reilly’s store at Lincoln and Oliver on Feb. 6 for robbery suspects after a rash of thefts at auto parts businesses in late January and early February. Bryan Horwath File photo

More charges for man accused of Wichita auto parts store robberies

February 16, 2017 03:20 PM

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