Two men charged in connection with robbery at South Bend Chocolate Cafe
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Two men were arrested in connection with a robbery at the South Bend Chocolate Café on Thursday night in downtown South Bend.
South Bend Police were dispatched to the café around 10:20 p.m. to investigate a robbery.
An employee told police a man wearing a ski mask approached her as the store was closing.
The man took cash, then asked for the safe, reports said.
The suspect then fled the area.
During the investigation, 24-year-old Joseph Mourning was developed as the suspect who committed the robbery.
When Mourning was arrested at a Mishawaka hotel, detectives found a mask and cash in his vehicle.
After speaking with investigators, 18-year-old Isaiah Pruitt was also arrested.
Mourning was charged with armed robbery and robbery.
Pruitt was charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery and aiding, inducing or causing robbery.