A Leavenworth man has been convicted of robbing people in the Wal-Mart parking lot, according to a prosecution official.

A Leavenworth man has been convicted of robbing people in the Wal-Mart parking lot, according to a prosecution official.

Trayvond Percy Walker III, 22, was found guilty of aggravated robbery, criminal use of a financial card and criminal deprivation of property. The jury returned the verdict Tuesday in Leavenworth County District Court, according to County Attorney Todd Thompson.

Charges were filed after Walker reportedly robbed two people Feb. 14 in the Wal-Mart parking lot, 5000 10th Ave. Walker approached the two people, one of which was a minor. Walker reportedly stuck an object into the back of one of the individuals and demanded a wallet from the minor.

Walker left the scene in a truck he had taken from the Xtreme Clean, where he previously worked, without permission, according to Thompson.

Walker went to Petro Deli in Lansing, where he reportedly used a debit card taken from the minor’s wallet to purchase gas and cigarettes.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant County Attorneys Shawn Boyd and Megan Williams. Walker was represented by Robert Campbell.