Police caught two men who threatened to kill someone during a Tuesday morning robbery in Kennewick.
The victim found three men inside his garage on the 1100 block of South Johnson Road around 7:55 a.m., said Kennewick Sgt. Aaron Clem. They demanded valuables from the man at gunpoint.
After taking cash, jewelry and electronics, they threatened to shoot the victim if he called police and drove away.
Investigators believe the victim was targeted, Clem said.
The victim allegedly recognized one of robbers as Adam Reynolds, 21, of Kennewick, and was able to describe another man and the robbers' car.
Officers found the car parked outside of the Kennewick Suites, down the street from the victim's home.
Police arrested Reynolds in a hallway and another suspect — Jim Henning, 31, of Burbank — inside another room, Clem said.
Tracy Hains, 44, of Kennewick, also was arrested in the room for an unrelated warrant.
Police are still trying to identify the third robber.
Henning and Reynolds were booked into the Benton County jail on suspicion of first-degree robbery.