FREMONT -- Police are waiting for a man wanted in an armed robbery of a Niles district auto parts store to turn himself in after a second suspect turned himself in Thursday, police said.
"We've been in contact with a lawyer representing him, and we expect he'll do the right thing and give himself up shortly," Detective Bill Veteran said.
The second suspect, Pe'Air Durham, 20, of Fremont, was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, robbery and false imprisonment, he said.
Durham surrendered to authorities one day after police searching a home on Tamayo Street, near Fremont Boulevard, but found nothing.
The at-large suspect, Hossain Hashemi Moghddam, of Fremont, is described as a 33-year-old man with short dark hair and brown eyes, standing 5-foot-10 and weighing 175 pounds.
On April 13, police said, the men robbed Don's Antique Auto Parts at 37317 Niles Blvd., one of them armed with a handgun.
They beat the owner and took several hundred dollars and the victim's wallet, authorities said.
The owner was not seriously injured but was hospitalized briefly for injuries to his face and head.
Anyone with information about Moghddam's whereabouts may call the police at 510-790-6900.