A 27-year-old man has been charged with terroristic threats and robbery after police said he used a bomb threat to rob a Dairy Queen September 20 in Rosemount, Minnesota. According to the criminal complaint, the suspect, who is homeless, allegedly entered the Dairy Queen on Canada Avenue and told employees he was going to blow up the place if he was not given money. Also, he allegedly told the employees that he was being forced to rob the business and that they should not call police until 3 minutes after he left. Rosemount police responded, and later located the suspect and a 23-year-old woman. They were taken into custody and separated. The pair told police that unknown individuals jumped into their car, threatened them with knives and guns and ordered them to commit the robbery, according to the complaint. Later, after more detailed interviews, police said their stories began to conflict. The suspect was charged with one felony count of first-degree aggravated robbery and one felony count of terroristic threats. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison on the robbery charge, and 5 years in prison on the threats charge.