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BLOOMINGTON — Formal charges were brought Saturday against two men accused of forcibly robbing customers at a west-side restaurant.

Jamar Cain, Kweicon Bausley and a third man reportedly were armed when they robbed Steak 'n Shake, 1001 Wylie Drive, early Friday, police said. The third suspect remained at large as of Saturday afternoon.

Cain, 19, is charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, aggravated robbery and burglary. He was jailed in lieu of $24,035.

Bausley, 19, who accidentally shot himself in the hand during the incident, is charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, aggravated robbery, burglary, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. He was jailed in lieu of $25,035.

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Court documents said the men fled the restaurant and police later located their vehicle, which contained a face mask, clothing and blood. A handgun was found in the street near where the car was located. Cain was found trying to hide from officers, the documents said; Bausley was found at a hospital where he was being treated. 

Burglary — Javon Robinson, 29, is charged with forgery, burglary and attempted theft by deception.

He is accused of using a fake bill to pay for alcohol at a downtown Bloomington bar. He was jailed in lieu of $535.

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