PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police have announced the arrests of two suspect wanted in connection with a violent brick attack and robbery in Center City last month.

According to police, on April 4th a parking lot attendant, working at the E-Z Park Parking Lot in the 1300 block of Locust Street, was attacked with a brick, knocked unconscious and robbed.

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Three weeks later arrest warrants were issued for Ronald Moore, 37, from the 6300 block of Reedland Street and Tamika Wilkins, 36, from the 5500 block of Catherine Street for their involvement in the attack.

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On Sunday, Moore and Wilkins were and charged with Aggravated Assault and Robbery. (see related story)

The two suspects were arrested without incident on the 1300 block of S. Mole street.

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