WAKE COUNTY (WTVD) -- Search warrants now reveal why a rash of skeleton mask robberies in Wake County ended abruptly earlier this month.
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Details inside the court documents reveal how police in Cary and Raleigh solved the nine robberies that took place in a two-week period across four Wake County towns.
The warrants showed that two weeks ago, Cary police arrested two men - Kyle Fedus and Zachary Wohlman - in connection with the robberies.
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A third suspect named in court documents - Phillip O'Shea - was killed in a shootout with deputies in Florida several days after the spree in the Triangle ended.
A surveillance video from the second robbery in the spree showed a suspect raking in the cash at the Eagles convenience store in Cary on the night of April 26th.
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It also showed a Dodge Dart at the scene. The car was traced to 29-year-old Fedus, who was on probation at the time.
His ankle monitor also showed him at the scene of a Super 8 Motel robbery in Raleigh's Oak Park.
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O'Shea was killed in a shootout with deputies in Palm Beach County, Florida six days after the robbery spree ended in the Triangle.
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Wohlman has also been charged, but only with resisting an officer. He has since posted a $1,000 bond.
It's not clear if he will be charged in connection with any of the robberies.
Meanwhile, Fedus is still in jail at the Wake County Detention Center.
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