Cherry Hill police seek two bandits

Posted: April 25, 2013

Authorities on Wednesday released the names of two suspected roving bandits who allegedly robbed a man of $6,000 at gunpoint in February at the Cherry Hill Mall after the victim responded to an online advertisement selling iPhones.

Lance Kenney, 22, of Los Angeles, and Nathaniel Broadaway, 40, of Little Rock, met the victim at the mall on the afternoon of Feb. 3, said township Sgt. Joseph W. Vitarelli Jr.

The victim was there to buy eight new iPhones offered at $540 apiece and met up with one of the men, Vitarelli said. The two walked to a parking lot and got into the victim's car, where the second suspect joined them.

The men then robbed the victim in the car, police said.

A breakthrough in the investigation this month led police to Kennedy and Broadaway, who authorities believe are part of a gang that committed a similar robbery Feb. 1 at the mall and other robberies across the country, police said.

Vitarelli said the victim Feb. 1 was robbed at gunpoint after he, too, responded to a similar advertisement offering iPhones for sale.

Both suspects remain at large. They face robbery and weapons charges.


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