Two men wanted for robbery of autistic man in Plymouth

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PLYMOUTH — A thorough investigation by Detective Brian Pierce has resulted in the identification of two suspects involved in the robbery of an autistic Walmart employee on Aug. 23.

The incident, which occurred as the young man was waiting for a ride at Colony Place, saw him surrounded by three men and robbed of $150.

Authorities have since issued extraditable arrest warrants for 22-year-old Julius Houston Jr. and 20-year-old Antonio Taylor, both from Memphis, Tennessee.

Houston and Taylor are wanted on charges of Larceny From the Person and Larceny Under $250 from a disabled person.

The search for the third suspect continues as law enforcement works to bring all involved to justice.

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