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2 robbery suspects in custody; Authorities seek bystander

RAPID CITY (AP) -- Two Rapid City men accused of robbing a store in June are in custody, and police have requested an arrest warrant for a bystander who allegedly shot at the suspects as they fled.

RAPID CITY (AP) - Two Rapid City men accused of robbing a store in June are in custody, and police have requested an arrest warrant for a bystander who allegedly shot at the suspects as they fled.

Rapid City police identified 18-year-old Yuriah Anderson and 20-year-old Jamaul Shangreaux as suspects in the robbery.

Authorities have requested an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old Rapid City man for Reckless Discharge of a Firearm.

Rapid City police say the two robbery suspects left the store with an undisclosed amount of money. As they fled, the bystander allegedly fired a handgun at them.

Police weren't able to immediately find the two robbery suspects with a K-9 unit, but they did recover a plastic airsoft gun.

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An attorney for Anderson declined to comment. Shangreaux's lawyer didn't immediately return a telephone message requesting comment.

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