Alleged makeup thieves behind bars after pepper spray attack at Walmart in Montgomery Co.

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Joshlyn Dasha Robinson (left) and Maria Le Ann Inman are now facing aggravated assault charges.

Two women accused of using pepper spray to steal $400 worth of makeup from a Montgomery County Walmart store are now behind bars.

We told you on Eyewitness News how the pair allegedly used the spray to get away when they were approached by a manager at the store on Riley Fuzzel Road on November 22.

Captain Dan Zientek with the Precinct 3 Constable's Office says two women have been arrested after our story aired this week.

Joshlyn Dasha Robinson, 19, and Maria Le Ann Inman, 20, both of Spring, are charged with aggravated robbery.

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Deputies said the pair attacked at least two people with pepper spray.

A shopper we spoke with, Lindsay Slott, also told Eyewitness News a number of children were also sickened from inhaling the spray.

"They did spray the manager," said Captain Zientek. "However along their way to the exit, they just started spraying customers including an elderly 73-year-old."

Both women are in the Montgomery County jail on a $50,000 bond.

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