Law enforcement officers have arrested four suspects accused of robbing a Carbondale marijuana shop as employees unlocked the door.
The Post Independent reports that the men were arrested after a manhunt by Carbondale police, Garfield County sheriff's deputies and officers from the Glenwood Springs Police Department.
Police say two of the men went inside Sweet Leaf Pioneer pot shop Monday as the store's sole employee was opening for the day. The men held the worker at gunpoint and took about $3,500 worth of marijuana, marijuana concentrate and accessories as wells as about $1,000 in cash.
The other two men were in the vehicle with the suspects at the time of their arrest and police say they were involved in the heist.
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