Phillip Engles, the subject of a weekend-long manhunt, was located and arrested Monday afternoon, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Office.
Engles was arrested at approximately 2:00 p.m. on Monday at a residence on Martin Drive without incident.
He now faces charges of attempted capital murder, aggravated robbery, and felon in possession of a firearm, all felonies.
Engles is currently in custody at the Boone County Jail.
The Boone County Sheriff's Office responded to an armed robbery at Unique Treasures on Highway 65 South in Bellefonte yesterday.
Deputies found the store owner had been shot twice.
He suffered one gunshot to the head and another to the left arm.
The shooter was disarmed by the victim, but fled the scene with over $1,000 in stolen merchandise.
The Arkansas State Police, Arkansas Highway Police, and Game and Fish Officers as well as the Newton County Sheriff's Office and Harrison Police Department all assisted in the ensuing investigation.
27-year-old Phillip Ray Engles is being sought in the case.
Sheriff Danny Hickman said Investigators determined Engles dropped off the vehicle used in the robbery as well as some of the stolen items at a residence in southern Boone County.
Engles and a female companion then fled in a four wheel drive truck to a remote area on the border of Boone County and Newton County.
He was pursued by Game and Fish Officers using all-terrain vehicles; the truck was disabled and abandoned on a remote trail.
Phillip Engles left his female companion, 29 year old Mandy Engles, during his flight from the approaching officers.
Mandy Engles was taken into custody and is currently being held and is awaiting formal charging for Hindering the Apprehension of Phillip Engles.
Sheriff Hickman requested tracking dogs from the Arkansas Department of Corrections be brought to the area where Engles abandoned the truck.
The tracking dogs followed Engles' trail until the early morning hours on Sunday, but were unable to locate him.
Sheriff Hickman said his deputies and other officers were resuming the search this morning with the assistance of a helicopter search team and close coordination with the Newton County Sheriff's Office.
The store owner was flown to a Springfield, Missouri hospital shortly after the robbery.
He is listed in good condition as of early Sunday morning.
Sheriff Hickman said he anticipated Phillip Engles being charged with Attempted Capital Murder, Aggravated Robbery and Theft later today.
Hickman also said anyone who encounters Engles should consider him to be armed and dangerous.
Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of Phillip Engles is encouraged to contact the Boone County Sheriff's Office at (870) 741-8404.