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Suspects in 'Cowboy and Sidekick' Spokane Valley robbery arrested

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Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies arrested the two men they believe are responsible for robbing a gas station last week in Spokane Valley. 

The robbery happened in the early morning hours of May 13, when two armed men walked into the Hico Village on N. Barker and demanded money. The first robber was wearing your typical robbery outfit (hoodie, ski mask, etc.) but the second suspect distinguished himself with a black leather vest and black cowboy hat. 

Early Thursday morning, Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies, Detectives and SWAT team members served a search warrant at a home on East Indiana and took 18-year-old Myles C. Siegel into custody. About five hours later, they arrested a 13-year-old boy as the second suspect. The Sheriff's Office did not say who was the cowboy and who was the sidekick, however they did recover two guns believed to be used in the robbery as well as the distinctive clothes the suspects wore. 

Siegel was booked into the Spokane County Jail for 1st Degree Robbery, and the juvenile was booked into the Spokane County Detention Facility for 1st Degree Robbery. 

Tips from the public played a vital role in helping detectives find these suspects, so thank you to everyone who spread the word and helped out. 

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