Police arrest 3 people after robbery at Noblesville clothing store that injured employees

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Anthony James White (left) Marquis Dominique Booker (center) and Brandon Anderson (right)

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Police arrested three people after a robbery at a Noblesville store that left a pair of employees injured.

According to Noblesville police, officers responded to Buckle, 13904 Town Center Blvd., just after 2 p.m. Wednesday. The caller said two men came into the store and tried to steal merchandise. The caller said one of the suspects battered him as he and another employee tried to keep them from escaping.

The men left the store, but police said they were able to give officers a description of the suspects’ vehicle.

At 2:25 p.m., Fisher police officers said they’d stopped a vehicle matching that description on I-69 near 96th Street. Investigators from Noblesville questioned three people in the car and booked them on the following charges:

  • Anthony James White, 18, Indianapolis, robbery, battery
  • Marquis Dominique Booker, 22, Indianapolis, robbery
  • Brandon Anderson, 20, Pendleton, robbery, possession of marijuana, false informing

The two store employees who reported that they were hurt both refused medical treatment, police said.