CHICAGO (STMW) — A west suburban man has been charged with robbing a gas station at gunpoint in Elmwood Park late last year.

Johnny Ingram, 32, faces a felony count of armed robbery for the Nov. 24 hold-up at the Mobil station at 2144 N. Harlem Ave, according to Elmwood Park police.

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He made off with about $400 in the 1:30 p.m. robbery and drove off before abandoning the vehicle about three blocks away and running, police said.

Investigators recovered fingerprints from the scene that linked Ingram to the crime, police said.

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Video surveillance also captured him on camera, and a witness identified him in a police lineup after he was arrested Wednesday in Oak Park, according to police, who allege that Ingram later confessed.

“This was a case of solid, methodical detective work,” Elmwood Park Police Chief Frank Fagiano said in a prepared statement.

Ingram, of the 2100 block of 51st Court in Cicero, is due in bond court Friday. If convicted, he faces between six and 30 years in prison.

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