COLLEGE STATION, Texas —

UPDATE 7-18-19: The second suspect for the armed robbery and assault in College Station has been found. Cameron Limbrick, 19, has been in the Harris County Jail since Monday on an unrelated charge. The warrant for his crimes in College Station was served to him earlier today.

UPDATE 7-17-19: The College Station Police Department has made an arrest in an aggravated assault case at the Northpoint Crossing apartments and a robbery case on Texas A&M's campus.

Dalton Lemoine, 25, is charged with aggravated assault and aggravated robbery.

A second suspect has been identified as Cameron Limbrick, but he has not yet been arrested.

Lemoine and Limbrick forced their way into an apartment at Northpoint Crossing on July 5th and pointed a gun at a man living there, police said.

The victim said Lemoine and Limbrick were looking for another man who owed the two money and sold them drugs.

When the victim told the two men they had the wrong apartment, the victim said Lemoine and Limbrick apologized and left.

A short time later, police said Lemoine and Limbrick went to Hensel Street on Texas A&M's campus and robbed a person at gunpooint before leaving the area.

A warrant has been issued for Limbrick's arrest.

We will keep you updated with any further developments in this case.

CSPD looking for armed robbery suspects

The College Station Police Department needs help identifying two men who reportedly forced their way into the Northpoint Crossing apartment complex on Friday July 5th,  and threatened a resident at gunpoint.

They were last seen leaving the complex in a white four-door car.

If you have any information on the suspects, College Station PD asks you to contact them at (979) 764-3615 or mkennedy@cstx.gov.