The third and final suspect of the Feb. 13 robbery and murder of 46-year-old Mohamed Hassan at the W. Bridge St. Sunoco was arrested Feb. 23.

The third and final suspect of the Feb. 13 robbery and murder of 46-year-old Mohamed Hassan at the W. Bridge St. Sunoco was arrested Feb. 23.

Eddie J. Murphy, 22, of Columbus was arrested by Columbus SWAT officers Feb. 23 at a south Columbus gas station. He has been charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated murder.

Austin Mackenzie Cusey, 18, and Jeffery M. Collins, 22, both of Columbus were arrested by police Feb. 22 and charged with aggravated murder and aggravated robbery.

The charges stem from the Feb. 13 robbery of the Sunoco at 201 W. Bridge St. Hassan, the night clerk at the business, was shot and killed during the robbery.

Police have also connected the men to the Feb. 3 robbery of Max & Erma's, 411 Metro Place North in Dublin, and a break-in at the Powder Room in Powell.

"We were able to determine Max & Erma's and Sunoco were connected to the break-in at the Powder Room in Powell," von Eckartsberg said during a Feb. 23 press conference.

According to Powell Police Chief Gary Vest, the Powder Room on state Route 750 in Powell was broken into after midnight Feb. 8.

"They broke through the wall and obtained 97 weapons," he said.

Columbus Police spokesman Rich Weiner said a Feb. 23 tip led police to recover 50-60 weapons in the backyard of a Martha Avenue apartment on the city's west side.

Police are still working to recover the remaining weapons. Anyone with information regarding the weapons is urged to contact their local police department.

Vest said people should be on the lookout for people selling weapons at low prices. Anyone who came across one of the stolen weapons from the Powder Room "unwittingly" will not be charged, Vest said.

"We want them off the street," he said.