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Police: Second teen restaurant robbery suspect caught

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Joshua Walker Joshua Walker
Terrence Cochran Terrence Cochran
Daniel Rehrig Daniel Rehrig
ST. HELENS, OR (KPTV) -

St. Helens police said a tip led investigators to arrest one of three teens suspected of holding up a restaurant.

A family member escorted a second suspect to the police station Thursday.

Surveillance cameras captured three people cloaked in hoods and bandanas inside Muchas Gracias just before 2 a.m. last Saturday.

Two of them pulled out handguns and pointed them directly at a worker across the counter.

The robbers left after the clerk handed over some cash, police said.

Officers arrested Joshua Walker, 18, Wednesday afternoon.

He faces a first-degree robbery charge and is behind bars in the Columbia County Jail with bail set at $100,000.

During the investigation, detectives also seized a dark green 1999 Honda Accord.

Officers recovered two handguns and clothing associated with the robbery during a search of the vehicle, police said.

Police identified the two other suspects and one of them was arrested Thursday.

Terrance Cochran, 18, was escorted to the St. Helens Police Department by a family member, according to officers. Detectives interviewed him and arrested him.

He is charged with first-degree robbery and his bail was also set at $100,000.

Daniel Rehrig, 18, is the third suspect, according to police, but he has not yet been arrested.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to call the St. Helens Police Department at 503-397-1521.

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