Richmond police arrested a suspect in a Tuesday night robbery and are looking for two more.
Tanu Kenya Dyer, 35, of Lexington was charged with complicity to first-degree robbery and is being held in the Madison County jail, Richmond police said.
Dyer is thought to be one of three people who robbed JaRu's New Fashions on Red House Road shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
Two employees told police that three men entered the store and, after a brief dispute, demanded money. One man was armed with an "assault rifle-type weapon" that was used to strike one employee. Another suspect was armed with a stun device, such as a Taser, that was used on the other employee.
After taking an undisclosed amount of cash, two of the men ran on foot while a third fled in a dark-colored Pontiac Aztek.
A short time later, Richmond police officer Joe Lain stopped the Aztek on Interstate 75 north of Richmond. Investigators say Dyer was driving. He also is accused of using the stun gun.
Police are still looking for the other two men.