Lancaster teen admits to robbing city store in 2015

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LANCASTER, Pa.– A Lancaster teenager admitted Thursday that he robbed a city store last year.

Temar Boggs, 18, pleaded to felony counts of robbery and conspiracy, and will be sentenced in a few months.

This comes after Boggs robbed a clerk at gunpoint while collecting cash in El Coqui Market on Dec. 17, 2015.

Along with an accomplice, Boggs fled the scene with about $200.

After the crime, police released surveillance images of the suspects and received tips that led them to identify the robbers as Boggs and 16-year-old Yamel Yelverton. The latter served as a look out for the crime and is also facing charges.