The FBI has arrested two suspects in the violent takeover-style bank robbery from June 28.
The FBI says they identified D’Asis Sheffield, 20, of Greenville, GA. Sheffield, who was arrested this morning, was identified from a video that was released to the public through the media on July 27.
Police say Sheffield was one of three suspects seen inside the United Bank located in Woodbury, GA,
Police say a fourth suspect, Dontavius Prather, 22, was also arrested this morning along with Sheffield. Prather is believed to be the driver of a getaway vehicle.
Two other suspects, Derrick R. Scott, 26, of Augusta, GA and Antavious Bray, 29, of Greenville, GA, were taken into custody hours after the robbery.
The robbery occurred at about 12:25 p.m., on June 28. Three suspects, two armed with handguns and the third armed with an AR-15 rifle, entered the United Bank and forced employees to the ground at gunpoint and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.
The FBI is asking for the public’s help in finding the suspects wanted in connection with a June bank robbery.
The robbery happened at the United Bank in Woodbury on June 28. Officials say three people were involved: two of whom were armed with handguns, and the third armed with an AR-15 Rifle.
Officials say all three went into the bank and forced employees to get on the floor at gunpoint.
The suspects made off with some cash. 26-year-old Derrick Scott, of Augusta, and 29-year-old Antavious Bray, of Greenville, were found and arrested.
Police don’t know the name of the third suspect who took off in a getaway car. Authorities say a fourth person may also be involved. The car is described as a 2007 Black Chevrolet Impala.
The bank is offering a $10,000 reward for information which leads to an arrest.
If you have any information call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477