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3rd suspect in Fayetteville robbery found dead

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Leadron Johnson (left), Alonzo Starks (center), Alvin Scott (right) Leadron Johnson (left), Alonzo Starks (center), Alvin Scott (right)
ELLENWOOD, Ga. -

U.S. Marshals have tracked down the third suspect wanted in an armed robbery at a Fayetteville restaurant.

Leandro Johnson, 27, was found dead on Tuesday at an Ellenwood apartment with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Police believe Johnson and two other men burst into the China Cafe 8 on Oct. 11 and robbed employees at gunpoint

The restaurant owner was shot and remains in critical condition.

An employee managed to shoot one suspect in the head whose body was later found.

Police say the getaway driver, 26-year-old Alvin Scott, is in custody.

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