by: Kevin McCarty Updated:
TENINO, Wash. - A man wanted for robbing a Tenino convenience store while wearing pajama pants has been arrested.
Thurston County sheriff’s investigators said 30-year-old Gregory Corbin was arrested after a story aired on KIRO 7 on Monday showing him robbing the Whistle Stop store on April 3.
Investigators said a viewer recognized the robber as Corbin and notified Crime Stoppers. He was arrested early Thursday.
Corbin was wearing distinctive gray and black flannel pajama pants during that hold up.
He’s expected to appear in court Friday.
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