Clarksville police have arrested two men after they discovered a robbery that occurred early Monday morning was set up.
Officers were notified of a robbery that occurred in a business parking lot located in the 1600 block of Ft. Campbell Boulevard around 1 a.m.
The 18-year-old victim reported to police he was driven by his friend Marques Townsend to the business' parking lot where a male wearing a bandanna and black jacket held a gun to his head and demanded cash and his cell phone.
The robber, later identified as Willie Cole, then demanded Townsend's cell phone before fleeing with more than $600 in cash and two cell phones in a dark colored SUV with plastic covering a window.
Officers located Cole around 1:45 a.m. in a parking lot located on North Second Street.
Police discovered a gun, bandanna, cell phones and cash inside the vehicle.
During their investigation police discovered Townsend had been friends with the victim for a short time.
Townsend and Cole, who are cousins, coordinated the robbery.
Both admitted their involvement in the crime.
They are charged with aggravated robbery and conspiracy and jailed on a $15,000 bond.
Cole was already on probation until 2018 for theft, evading police and vehicle burglary.
The victim's cell phone and cash have since been returned.