Clarksville Police say fingerprints left behind from a robbery of a Papa John’s Pizza on Fort Campbell Boulevard led to the arrest of a suspect in the case.
Police say on June 2nd, around 9:15 a.m. a Papa John’s employee was locking the business door to take a deposit to the bank when a man came around the corner of the building and pointed a gun and demanded the money.
The suspect, now identified as 20-year old Tyrone Kenneth Clark of Sideline Drive, Oak Grove took the undisclosed amount of money and fled around the back of the building.
A short time later, officers were able to locate the bank deposit bag along the roadway and sent it off the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Nashville Crime Lab for examination.
The results came back from the lab and three fingerprints were matched to Clark’s fingerprints.
Clark was charged with aggravated robbery and was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a $50,000 bond.
Police say the investigation into the robbery remains ongoing and that a second suspect may have helped him to coordinate the robbery of the business.