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Subway robbery hoax suspects

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Sarah Loven Sarah Loven
Alan Edwards Alan Edwards

Canyon, TX - Canyon police release the identities of the suspects involved in the Subway robbery hoax that forced a lock-down at West Texas A & M University.

We have photos of two of the three suspects, 26-year-old Sarah Loven and 19-year-old Alan Edwards.

Police say Edwards and Loven are brother and sister.

The third suspect, not pictured, is 19-year-old Darontae Tarpley.

The three are accused of reporting a false robbery to Canyon police on Wednesday June 5, 2013. Police believe, to cover internal theft from Subway over the past month.

So far, no formal charges have been filed.

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