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* Vacaville Police Arrest Alleged Robbery Suspects Timothy Fisher and Bradley Luther

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Police said two men suspected of several armed robberies in Vacaville are in custody in the Solano County Jail today.  Timothy Fisher, 19, surrendered to officials at the Solano County Sheriff’s Office around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sgt. Jeff King said this morning. Bradley Luther, 27, was already in custody in the county jail, police said. King said Luther has been identified as the man who robbed the Domino’s Pizza on Peabody Road on June 12, the Union 76 gas station on Alamo Drive and the 7-Eleven store on East Monte Vista Avenue on June 15.  Police had issued a $250,000 arrest warrant for Fisher for the 7-Eleven store and gas station robberies, King said. The silver, short-barrel revolver used in the robberies is still outstanding.  The robbers took cash and food in the 7-Eleven and gas station robberies and surveillance videos helped identify the suspects, police said. The robberies are similar to those reported in Fairfield and Suisun, and Detective Chris Polen worked with police in those cities to identify Fisher and Luther as the suspects in the Vacaville robberies.

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