Two suspects arrested for string of weekend armed robberies in Beaverton

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Two suspects were arrested in connection with a trio of armed robberies in the Murrayhill neighborhood of Beaverton over the weekend.

In all three cases the suspects wore masks, showed a handgun and demanded money from employees, according to Beaverton police.

The robberies happened at the following locations:

  1. 4:34 a.m. Saturday: Chevron at 14850 SW Murray Scholls Dr.
  2. 12:01 a.m. Sunday: Crumbl Cookies at 14900 SW Barrows Rd.
  3. 10:51 p.m. Sunday: Walgreens at 14600 SW Murray Scholls Dr.

The suspects, 23-year-old Logan Mathew Grant and a juvenile accomplice, were arrested early Monday morning at a home in Tigard. The juvenile was not identified. 

Police believe Grant and the juvenile are responsible for all three robberies. A pellet gun and other evidence has been seized. Tips from the public led to the arrests, police said.

While unrelated, all three robberies were near where a man went on a stabbing rampage last week, injuring four people and killing one. The suspect in that case was arrested.

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