A search that stretched across southern Saskatchewan after a robbery on Sunday has a man and a woman facing charges.
It all began around 3:30 Sunday afternoon when RCMP were called to a business in Oxbow, which is about 60 kilometres east of Estevan.
The victim told RCMP a man and woman walked into the business looked around and left. Then the man came back in and approached the cashier, demanding money with a knife.
RCMP said the man left the business with some cash and then got into a stolen truck with the woman.
Officers from three different RCMP detachments searched the area for the thieves
Police said a short time later a vehicle was stolen from a business in Carlyle, about 55 kilometres north of Oxbow.
Four hours after the robbery police found two suspects near Herbert, which is about 430 kilometres northwest of Oxbow, and about 40 kilometres east of Swift Current. A man and a woman were arrested.
Daniel Loveys, 27, and Ashley Loucks, 23, are both charged with armed robbery, theft over $5,000, and possession of dangerous weapon.
They both made their first appearance in court on these charges Monday morning.