NORWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Four people have been arrested in connection with a bizarre robbery in southwestern Colorado.

The San Miguel County sheriff’s office says two men are accused of assaulting three people on Sept. 6 outside Norwood, Colo., allegedly tying them up, robbing them and holding them for over 12 hours. The victims were able to escape the next morning and notified authorities.

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One of the alleged robbers, 40-year-old Gregory Broome of Clovis, N.M. has been arrested. He is being held at the Curry County Detention Center and doesn’t have a lawyer yet.

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Three others accused of either concealing evidence or being accessories are also in custody.

Authorities are still looking for another person of interest — 32-year-old Ulises Omar Felix. They’re offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

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