Suspects Tiffany Springfield, left, and Jamie Monique Belcher Durham Police Department
Suspects Tiffany Springfield, left, and Jamie Monique Belcher Durham Police Department

Durham County

Women sought in ‘Bojangles bandit’ robbery turn themselves in

By Joe Johnson

jjohnson@heraldsun.com

December 07, 2017 02:31 PM

DURHAM

The two women wanted in connection with a robbery outside a Durham Bojangles turned themselves in Thursday.

Investigators had obtained arrest warrants for Tiffany Springfield, 32, and Jamie Monique Belcher, 24, charging them each with robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, police reported.

The incident occurred at the Bojangles’ at 2801 Guess Road. Durham police responded after a man was hit in the head with a blunt object. Witnesses told police the robber had a weapon and demanded cash.

Belcher and Springfield turned themselves in. Bail for both women was set at $300,000 apiece.

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Joe Johnson: 919-419-6678, @JEJ_HSNews