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Merrimon Ave. Asheville CVS Robbery Suspect Identified

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Foyd Alexander Bryson - seen in this mugshot from 2005 - is wanted for the September 18 robbery of a CVS in Asheville. Foyd Alexander Bryson - seen in this mugshot from 2005 - is wanted for the September 18 robbery of a CVS in Asheville.

Asheville Police are looking for a man who they say is responsible for the armed robbery at a CVS last month.

Sergeant Dave Romick of the Asheville Police Department said that officers are looking for Foyd Alexander Bryson, 26, of Buncombe County, after he was identified as the man who robbed the CVS on Merrimon Avenue on September 18. According to Romick, Bryson has two unspecified warrants for his arrest.  

Bryson is a white male, approximately 6'2" and weighs 200 pounds. He has family that lives in Candler, but he is considered homeless.

If anyone knows of Bryson's whereabouts they are asked to contact Asheville-Buncombe County Crime Stoppers at (828) 255-5050, the Asheville Police Department at (828) 252-1110 or by texting a tip to "APDTIP" to 274637 (CRIMES).

 

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