UPDATE: Suspects arrested in Arby's violent robbery, assault

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UPDATE: Police have both suspects in custody nearly a month after two men robbed an Apache Junction Arby's and sexually assaulted an employee.

Yesterday officers arrested 19-year-old Michael Davison Junior on charges of armed robbery, sexual assault and kidnapping.

Investigators say back on March 17, two men robbed an Arby's, hit the male employee over the head, sexually assaulted the female employee and then locked the two in a walk-in refrigerator.

The other suspect was arrested last week, but police didn't release his name because he's under 18.

Reward offered for information

ORIGINAL: APACHE JUNCTION - Two violent criminals who have already struck in Apache Junction are still on the loose.

Police hope a sketch of one of those suspects will lead to an arrest, but those who live and work nearby are still on edge.

The robbery is what everyone in the area is talking about and concerned with, especially those working in the restaurant industry and working late.

Two employees at an Arby's in Apache Junction were reportedly attacked. Two male subjects entered the store and struck the male with a blunt object. The female employee was forced to open the safe then was sexually assaulted.

The two criminals are still at large and that has residents concerned.

Arby's is offering a $5,000 reward in this case. If you have any information, you are asked to call police.