WESTWOOD, Mass. (WHDH) — Police have arrested two more men accused of robbing a Dunkin Donuts in Westwood.

Kevin Hanafin and Frank Ingemi, both 23, reportedly worked as a team to rob the donut shop twice while wielding a knife.

Those two, along with 23-year-old Isaiah Murphy who faces similar charges, all were in the class of 2008 in Dedham and at least two of the three have worked for company.

“While I have a lot of information I just can't give out right now, suffice it to say they were well aware of one another’s actions and it’s our belief that they were working at least loosely together at a minimum,” Westwood Police Chief Jeffrey Silva said.

Prosecutors say Hanafin confessed to robbing the store and he said he had help from Ingemi.

In March, police say, Hanafin drove the getaway vehicle while Ingemi robbed the store using a knife; they reversed roles when they robbed the same store again in July.

The string of robberies began in March; right after Murphy was fired for being unreliable according to a search warrant.

During the robberies Murphy reportedly told the clerks he was sorry and that Dunkin Donuts doesn’t pay them enough.

Chief Silva said the Westwood Police Department now believes they have everyone who was involved in the crime.

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