UPDATE: 4:48 PM
Dothan police arrest 2-men they say tried to rob Southside Wal-Mart last night.
Investigators say someone confronted a Wal-Mart employee and demanded money.
The suspect reportedly told the worker he'd shoot another employee if he didn't cooperate.
Police say when the employee called for help, the suspect hit him in the face and fled.
Investigators say the suspect confronted a shopper in the parking lot and robbed them of their keys at gunpoint and fled in their car.
21-year-old Darius Crumby and 22-year-old Nathaniel Cox were arrested in Thomasville, Georgia.
They're accused of robbing a Wal-Mart there.
They both face first-degree robbery charges.
There was an attempted robbery of the Southside Wal-Mart Wednesday night.
The suspect was unsuccessful and fled the scene, but as of Thursday morning, that individual and an accomplice are now in custody.
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