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Post Falls Police Searching For Second Man Involved In Robbery And Battery

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Post Falls Police arrested Andrew Stephan as a suspect in the robbery and battery Monday night Post Falls Police arrested Andrew Stephan as a suspect in the robbery and battery Monday night
POST FALLS, Idaho - The Post Falls Police Department arrested one person, but they are still searching for a second man in a robbery that happened Monday night in the area of Super 1 Foods. 

The victim told police he was leaving Super 1 when a dark suburban drove up and blocked him in. Two men and a woman got out of the SUV and came at the victim with a baseball bat and ordered him out of his car. When he got out, he was ordered by a white man who order him to give up his wallet. When the victim refused, the two men began to beat him with the baseball bat. 

The victim was able provide police with a partial license plate that led to the arrest of Andrew Stephan. His picture is attached to this story. 

Detectives are still looking for the second man involved in the beating. Police say he is black, with a skinny build, about 5'5" - 5'7" tall. His hair was in cornrows, and he was wearing a long green shirt with a red bandana over his face. 

If you have any information about this case, please call the Post Falls Police Department at 208-773-3517.

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