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Bluffton Gas Station Robbed, 4 Suspects Arrested

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Dequam Youmans Dequam Youmans
Shay Lamont Allen Shay Lamont Allen
Darrell Maurice Darien Darrell Maurice Darien
Robert Tramel Youmans Robert Tramel Youmans
BLUFFTON, S.C. -

An armed robbery investigation at a Bluffton gas station Monday morning led to the arrest of four suspects.

The group of men are accused of robbing 22-year-old Dustin Tindell as he pumped gas at the Parkers located on Ford Island Road, according to investigators. 

Tindell told deputies that the four men pulled up behind his car in a vehicle, got out, and threatened to shoot him before leaving with his cell phone, wallet and laptop.

Deputies later caught up with the suspects in the parking lot of the Hardeeville Walmart using a tracking device on Tindell's phone. The stolen property was recovered, and deputies arrested all four suspects on one county of Armed Robbery without incident.

Twenty-four year old Dequam Youmans of Beaufort, 23-year old Shay Lamont Allen of Ridgeland, 24-year old Darrell Maurice Darien of Pineland, and 25-year old Robert Tramel Youmans of Varnville are being held at the Beaufort County Detention Center, pending bond hearings.

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