Kennewick Police have arrested two men in connection with a home invasion robbery.
According to a press release, a man reported that three males went into his apartment in the 100 block of N. McKinley Street at about 10:00pm Sunday night.
The 32-year old victim told investigators the suspect stole cash and other property, then one of the suspects pistol whipped him before they fled the scene.
The victim told police he knew one of the suspects.
Detectives identified Jonathan S. Ard, 26, and Seth D. Briggs, 30, as two of the men believed to be involved in the robbery and assault.
Tuesday evening at about 7:30pm, officers located two of the suspects at an apartment in the 300 block of N. Union St.
After surrounding the building, police contacted the suspects, who surrendered without incident and were taken into custody.
A woman in the apartment, Heaven C. Wilcox, 19, was arrested on unrelated warrants.
Police are still trying to identify the third suspect who was involved in the home invasion.
A search warrant led to the discover of illegal narcotics, a stolen handgun, and property taken during the robbery.
Detectives also recovered a stolen vehicle from the parking lot.