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FISHERS, Ind. – A robbery investigation, spanning six months, resulted in the arrest of an Indianapolis man Thursday.
On December 19, Fishers police responded to a report of an armed robbery at the K-1 Speed Go Kart Track in Fishers. Witnesses told police they were leaving the business when they were approached by a man wearing a ski mask. The suspect pointed a gun at the victims and demanded money before leaving the scene in an SUV.
On May 25, members of the Fishers Police Department, IMPD, and the United States Marshall’s Task Force located the suspect at a home in Whitestown. The suspect, 20-year-old Thomas Wilson, was arrested.
Wilson is facing a charge of robbery, pointing a firearm, intimidation, theft and carrying a handgun without a license.