Two teenagers, aged 16 and 17, are due to appear before magistrates in Caernarfon this morning after a series of robberies in Bangor on Monday evening.
The robberies occurred in the Upper Bangor and City centre areas.
A member of the public was injured during the robbery but the injuries sustained are not serious.
The youths have been charged with 3 offences of robbery, 4 offences of attempted robbery and common assault.
More top news
Police are warning van drivers to be vigilant following a spate of catalytic converter thefts in the city.
Patients needing orthopaedic surgery in Wales will be asked to lose weight and give up smoking as NHS struggles to cope with waiting lists.
The Prime Minister has defended an RAF air strike that killed two British jihadists in Syria, including Reyaad Khan from Cardiff.