The person charged in the robbery of a neighborhood grocery store in Dothan last week has been cleared of charges.
19-year-old Cordaryl Berry was arrested just hours after the robbery.
District Attorney Doug Valeska dismissed the charge after police said a witness cast doubt on the identifications of the suspect.
On September 18th around 10:30 am, the Stough Street grocery store was robbed by a man with a green bandana over his face and armed with a knife.
According to the victim, the suspect entered the store and demanded money.
After threatening the store clerk, the suspect took some cash and fled the store.
Police are looking for the person responsible for last week's robbery.
If you have any information on the crime contact the Dothan Police Department at 615-3000.
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