Four Fort Collins residents have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a robbery that occurred at a local 7-Eleven in early November.

During the robbery investigation, probable cause gathered from search warrants and seized evidence allowed the Larimer County Sheriff's Office to obtain arrest warrants for Zachary Williams, 19, Taren Hussey, 19, Tyler Ketels, 20, and a 17-year-old juvenile suspect for their connection to the incident in which the store clerk was held at gunpoint.

Zachary Williams/ Courtesy of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office

LCSO investigators arrested Williams, who is currently being held in the Larimer County Jail on multiple felony allegations including 2nd degree kidnapping, robbery, and criminal conspiracy. Williams is also being held on allegations of possessing explosives, after they were located and seized by investigators during a search warrant, although were not used in the robbery. His bond is set at $25,000.

Hussey and Ketels were arrested in Illinois and will be extradited back to Colorado to face felony charges of 2nd degree kidnapping, robbery, and criminal conspiracy. Both of their bonds are set at $15,000.

The 17-year-old male juvenile is facing the same charges as Hussey and Ketels. He was already in custody at the Platte Valley Youth Services Center in Greeley and will continue to be held there on his warrants from Larimer County. His bond is also set at $15,000.

Taren Hussey/ Courtesy of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office