Police found a robbery suspect walking down the street after she allegedly robbed a Jamestown convenience store.
Officers were called to the Kwik Fill on Forest Avenue just before 10 p.m. Friday when a woman entered the store, flashed what looked like a handgun and demanded cash from the register.
A description of the suspect was put out to patrols, who say they found Kimberly Ballenger, 25, of Jamestown walking down the street in the area.
Ballenger allegedly had the stolen cash and an air-soft pistol that closely resembled a real gun in her possession.
She was arrested and charged with second degree robbery and second degree menacing.