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Dover Men Charged in Connection to Marketplace App Robbery

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MILFORD, Del. - Two men from Dover, Delaware have been charged in connection to a marketplace app robbery in
Milford.  

Officers from the Milford Police Department say back on Dec. 12, they responded to a call on the 600 block of N. Dupont Highway following an incident involving the LetGo app. An investigation revealed that the victim and the suspects arranged to meet up in a parking lot to complete the exchange of a purchase. Police say, during the transaction the suspects traded the money and the item, but the suspects then stole the item back and took off in their vehicle. 

After an investigation, police were able to identify the suspects in the incident and obtained warrants for 20 year old Jahkeim Barnaby, 21 year old Stefan E. Rush-Wilson and a minor.

Cheswold Police Department took Jahkeim Barnaby into custody on  Mar. 10 and turned him over to Milford Police Department. Barnaby was charged with two counts of Reckless Endangerment, Theft and Conspiracy.

The minor who was a suspect in this case, was charged back in January.

Police say Rush-Wilson is still wanted as a result of the investigation.

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