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2 Wyoming teens accused in armed robbery in Colo.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Police in Wyoming have arrested two high school students accused in an armed robbery at a home in Fort Collins, Colo.

Police said Thursday that 18-year-olds Dycus Gregory Kelly and Luke James Lindsey were arrested at Laramie High School on suspicion of aggravated robbery, second-degree kidnapping and felony menacing.

The two are suspected of forcing their way into a home in Fort Collins on May 2 where they had bought marijuana earlier in the day. The teens are accused of robbing the four people inside at gunpoint of marijuana and cash. The victims sustained minor injuries.



Fort Collins police say the guns used in the robbery were believed to be BB guns.

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