FRASER, Mich. – Fraser police said fingerprints that were left behind at the scene of an armed robbery in early April have led them to a suspect.
On April 2, police said three masked men held up a 7-Eleven at Garfield near 15 Mile Road. The clerk was struck in the head with a handgun and one of the robbers jumped the counter to steal cigarette packs.
Prints that were found on cigarette packs that were left behind during the robbery were analyzed by Michigan State Police and resulted in the identification of a suspect.
The suspect, 19-year-old Edis Osmanagic, was arrested Monday at his mother's home in Sterling Heights.
Police said evidence from the robbery was also recovered in the home.
He has been charged with armed robbery.
Police said they expect to make more arrests in the robbery soon.