Police: Cab robber turns himself in

The search for a man who robbed a cab driver in Flatbush is over. Kedar Harper turned himself in to police Thursday.

Kedar Harper turned himself in to police Thursday.

Kedar Harper turned himself in to police Thursday. (9/3/15)

FLATBUSH - The search for a man who robbed a cab driver in Flatbush is over.

Kedar Harper turned himself in to police Thursday. Investigators say they used facial-recognition software to determine that Harper is the only one who could have robbed the cab.

According to police, a 51-year-old driver picked up Harper in the Bronx last Thursday just after 6 p.m. and drove him to Argyle Road and Church Avenue. Harper gave a $100 bill to the driver, who exited the cab to make change at a nearby location. Police say that's when Harper approached him and took back the money.

Harper then allegedly punched the driver in the face and stole another $40 in cash from his pocket.

Harper was processed at the 70th Precinct and is expected to be arraigned Friday morning.

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