Police issued a warrant Wednesday for a Lafayette woman accused of conspiring with two men to attack and rob her boyfriend at an East Gloria Switch Road convenience store.

Candy Dupuis, 33, is wanted on a count of principal to second-degree robbery in the Friday night incident, according to the Lafayette Police Department.

Dupuis is accused of plotting the attack with Dustin Francis, 25, and Keri Bruno Jr., 18, both of Lafayette.

The victim told police the men demanded money from him before beating him to the point of unconsciousness at a gas station in the 100 block of East Gloria Switch Road, Lafayette Police spokeswoman Cpl. Nicole Benoit said.

Detectives on Tuesday arrested Francis on a count of second-degree robbery, and he remained in the Lafayette Parish jail Wednesday afternoon in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Bruno surrendered to police Tuesday on a count of second-degree robbery. He remained in the Lafayette Parish jail Wednesday afternoon in lieu of $50,000 bail.