PETALUMA (BCN) — Two Petaluma residents were arrested on suspicion of robbery after brandishing a knife and demanding money from a man Friday evening, police said.

A man and a woman approached the victim around 5 p.m. Friday in the 300 block of South McDowell Boulevard, according to police. The two demanded money, and the man threatened to stab the victim, police said.

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The victim fled and hid in a nearby business. The duo took items the victim left behind and left in their vehicle, according to police.

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Officers tracked down the suspects later Friday night and arrested them, police said. The man — identified as 35-Year-old Petaluma resident Steve Goff — was arrested on suspicion of robbery, criminal threats, assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy. The woman — 41-year-old Petaluma resident Mary Lepak — was arrested on suspicion of robbery and conspiracy.

The two were later booked at the Sonoma County Jail.

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