Two York City residents made off with more than $1,700 during a gas station robbery in Wrightsville on Sunday night -- but they didn't get far, police said.
Wrightsville Police said Quame W. Rodriguez and Nigel A. Woodyard Jr. were wearing masks when they ran into the Sunoco at 802 Hellam Street about 8:20 p.m.
They forced a clerk to the front counter at gunpoint, then took $1,741 cash from the store's cash registers and from a cabinet under the registers, according to charging documents.
Wrightsville Police broadcast a description of the robbers to area police departments.
A short time later, Springettsbury Township Police Cpl. Greg Hadfield spotted and pulled over a tan Mercury Mountaineer with three people inside, including Rodriguez and Woodyard, documents state.
Seized: A search warrant was obtained for the SUV after officers found cocaine inside, police said.
Items seized from the SUV include $1,723 cash, face masks, gloves, a black pellet gun and a wooden cash box belonging to the Sunoco station, according to documents.
Rodriguez, 21, and Woodyard, 17, both of 716 Poplar St., remain in York County Prison, charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, making terroristic threats, simple assault, theft and receiving stolen property.
Rodriguez's bail is $70,000, while Woodyard's is $60,000, according to court records. Woodyard, who turns 18 next month, is charged as an adult.
The driver of the SUV, Michael Foller, 33, of the 1200 block of Albemarle Street in Spring Garden Township, is being charged with simple possession of cocaine, according to Hadfield.
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