WASHINGTON -- Two men who police say used a stun gun to commit a robbery were arrested on Wednesday, police say.
Michael Moore, 19, and David Ashton, 18, both from D.C. were charged with robbery after police say the two of them and third person approached two people on the 4000 block of Georgia Avenue around 2 a.m. Wednesday and used a stun gun to steal the victim's bicycles, according to a Metropolitan Police Department news release.
The three suspects fled and the two victims found the nearest police officer. Two of the suspects were arrested a short time later.
Police are still looking for the third suspect.
Investigators are working to determine if these suspects were involved in previous robberies involving stun guns.
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