Update: The man accused of robbing a convenience store on Tuesday afternoon has been arrested by Lafayette Police. Spokesman Corporal Paul Mouton says 30-year-old Kendall Livings of Duson allegedly entered the store and gave the clerk a note demanding money, then got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Livings has been charged with First Degree Robbery. Police continue to investigate.


Just before 5 o'clock Tuesday evening, Lafayette Police were called out to the 2300 block of Ambassador Caffery after a convenience store was robbed.

Police say the suspect was seen being dropped off behind the business in a silver four door vehicle.  The car had paint missing from the hood.

The suspect went into the store, and he handed the teller a note that demanded money.

The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash, and he fled the store.  He was seen getting into the silver car which then drove away on Dulles Drive.

The clerk was not injured, and described the suspect as a black male wearing black sweat pants, a red and black hooded sweat shirt.  He also had a piece of clothing over his face to conceal his identity.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call Lafayette Police or Crime Stoppers at 232-TIPS.