Female suspect arrested after bank robbery in eastern Henrico

Female suspect arrested after bank robbery in eastern Henrico

Police charged a St. Louis man Thursday with robbing the Reliance Bank near Concord Plaza after linking his DNA to a mask used in the crime.

According to Police, Jose Reveras-Morales, 30, of 720 Central Ave.in Dover, went into the bank at 701 Central Ave.at about 4:30 p.m. Friday wearing sunglasses, black trousers and a black sweatshirt.

They believe the same man, who wore a dark jacket and mirrored glasses, entered the Unity One Credit Union at 4625 N. Tarrant Parkway on March 15 and spoke to a teller, according to Officer Daniel Segura, a police spokesman.

Police found the suspect's vehicle and the mask used in the robbery soon afterward.

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Other schools in Powell County held students in place to avoid adding traffic to Clay City. Employees gave him an undisclosed amount of money, and he fled. State police were also on scene.

Henrico police said additional arrest information would be provided after warrants are served.

This case is being investigated by the Dover Police Department's Special Investigations Bureau.

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