Police say they arrested the suspect in an attempted armed robbery at knifepoint inside a North Charleston store.
Shiloh Allen Bradley, 30, faces a charge of armed robbery, North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor said.
Police responded to a retail store in the 3200 block of Ashley Phosphate Road after getting a call about an attempted robbery, he said.
Store employees told police the man approached a clerk inside the store and demanded money. The clerk yelled, at which time the suspect fled on foot toward the rear of the business, they said.
Officers arrested Bradley, who matched the description of the suspect, near Mountainbrook Avenue a short time later, Pryor said.
He was being held at the Al Cannon Detention Center.
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