Two Conway women are facing robbery and child endangerment charges following a Friday night incident at Life Metro.

According to Conway police, officers responded to the business at 2625 Donaghey Ave. shortly after 5 p.m. Friday after an employee called authorities saying "a group of girls [had] jumped and robbed her."

The woman said the suspects, later identified as 25-year-old Raven Henry and 22-year-old Erin Walker, took money, a phone and car keys before fleeing in a silver Chevrolet Malibu.

Officers reviewed security footage of the incident, which showed the victim "being attacked by two black females that had two minor children with them."

While speaking to the victim, officers noticed the victim had a lump on the back of her head and asked if she would like to receive medical attention. The victim said she kept getting dizzy but did not need to go to the hospital.

The victim informed the Conway Police Department she had previously received threats from Walker via Facebook.

"[The victim] stated that she had screen shots of some of the threats ... [and] that some of threats were about damaging her car or beating her up," according to an incident report.

Officers walked the victim out to her vehicle to see if there were any damages and found "a scratch down the entire driver's side" that was not there prior to the incident.

Officers tracked the suspects and charged both Walker and Henry with one count each of robbery and first-degree endangering the welfare of a minor. The two are each held in the county jail in lieu of an $8,000 bond as they await formal charges and a court date.