ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - The two women Roswell sought by police in a June convenience story robbery suspected to be an inside job are now in custody.
Police said Tiffany Green and Rosalinda Herrera saw themselves on the news and turned themselves in Thursday.
Surveillance video from a Valero gas station showed someone pointing a gun at a clerk who told police two men struck her on the head and took off with money and cigarettes.
But investigators allege the whole thing was a setup and that the clerk--Green--was working with the robber--Herrera.
The two women are each charged with conspiracy and larceny.
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