Police in West Manheim Township arrested two people and are looking for a third in connection with a robbery that happened last month.

Police allege Amanda Michele Pattison, 20, of 66 Gardenia Drive in Penn Township, Casey Bryant Malinowski, 23, of 36 Savior Drive in Hanover and Cory Andrew Clark, 26, of 1484 Fire Hall Road in North Codorus Township robbed the couple when they gave them a ride from a Hanover shopping center to Taneytown, Md., on Jan. 23.

Pattison and Malinowski are charged with two counts each of robbery conspiracy to commit robbery and one count each of aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, theft and receiving stolen property, police said.

Both are in Adams County Prison for probation violations, police said.

Clark faces the same charges once he's arrested and a warrant of his arrest has been issued, police said.

The Taneytown couple had called Pattison about 9 p.m. asking for a ride home. Pattison agreed and showed up with Clark and Malinowski, whom the couple did not know, police said.

While driving in the area of Black Rock and Frogtown roads in West Manheim Township, Clark allegedly punched the man in the head, pulled out a knife and demanded money, police said.

The man struggled with Clark for the knife and suffered severe cuts on his hand.

The couple was able to get out the car, but Clark followed them and, with the knife still in hand, demanded money again, police said.

The man handed over $100 and the trio fled in the car, police said.

— Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.