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Robbery suspect surrenders to York City Police

Ron Musselman
York Dispatch
Coolidge Bishop turned himself into York City Police Thursday.

York City Police said a robbery suspect surrendered Thursday after investigators circulated a surveillance photo of him. 

Bishop, 62, of York, was charged after he went to the police station Thursday, Dec. 19, and told officers he was the man in the photo they released to the public earlier last week.

Bishop robbed the Six Oh One Grocery store at 601 E. Market St. at 2:17 p.m. on Dec. 12, police said.

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Bishop, who didn't brandish a weapon, allegedly approached the counter and demanded money. He left after getting cash, police said.

York City Police are still seeking to identify another man involved in a separate Dec. 12 robbery. That incident took place around 4 a.m. at the Turkey Hill Minit Market at 1242 E. Market St.