7-Eleven robbery suspect on run, 3 captured in Anderson Co.

Antonio Patterson (top left) - Amanda Harrison (top right) - Devin Cantoni (bottom left) - Donkevius Martin (bottom right)

Anderson County Deputies arrested three of the four of the suspects in the armed robbery of 7-Eleven on Highway 187.

The armed robbery and shooting of a store clerk happened on February 17 at 2:12 in the morning.

Deputies said that two men went into the store wearing red bandannas. The surveillance video show one man jumped over the store counter and took cash and coins from the store register.

Before leaving the store, the other suspect shot the on-duty clerk, hitting him in the chest. The clerk is expected to fully recover.

Deputies have identified four suspects in the robbery. All four are charged with armed robbery and attempted murder:

Devin Matthew Cantoni, age 18 of Townville, was identified as the suspect who jumped over the counter. Deputies say he got $61.00 in cash and cigars from the store. He is in the Anderson Co. Detention Center.

Donkevius Euquon Martin, age 19 of Anderson, has been implicated as the shooter. Martin was located at the Whitfield County Detention Center in Georgia. A hold has been placed on him by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

Amanda Rose Harrison, age 17 of Pelzer, was taken into custody this morning by Whitfield County authorities. She will be held at their detention center, pending extradition to Anderson.

Antonio Patterson (top left) - Amanda Harrison (top right) - Devin Cantoni (bottom left) - Donkevius Martin (bottom right)
Antonio Patterson (top left) – Amanda Harrison (top right) – Devin Cantoni (bottom left) – Donkevius Martin (bottom right)

Antonio Raquan Patterson, has not yet been located. Harrison is described as age 18, 5’10”, 150lbs. with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information in this case or the whereabouts of Antonio Raquan Patterson is asked to contact Investigator Grady Epps at (864) 260-4410 or GMEpps@andersonsheriff.com or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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