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Arrests in Sandy Springs Bank Robbery, Cops Looking for Fourth Suspect

Wells Fargo at 6300 Roswell Road was robbed just after 9 a.m. on August 31st by two black males with their faces covered and pointing handguns.

 

Three of four suspects in the Wells Fargo Bank robbery, on August 30th, have been arrested and appeared before a U.S. Magistrate judge in Atlanta, on Monday. 

Police are still looking for the fourth suspect.

Wells Fargo at 6300 Roswell Road was robbed just after 9 a.m., on the Thursday before Labor Day weekend, by two black males with their faces covered and pointing handguns, according to a Sandy Springs Police report.

The suspects escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank vault in a late model Jeep Cherokee, the report said, and drove down Johnson Ferry Road towards Wright Road. Witnesses say the suspects switched cars around Wright Road and sped off in a charcoal black Nissan Altima.

A witness spotted one of the suspects standing on Wright Road talking on a cell phone, before the car switch saying, “We want like a thousand dollars a month, is that gonna put us even?"

Police learned the Jeep Cherokee was stolen from the Dunwoody Police Department.

According to a FBI Atlanta statement, two suspects were arrested following a routine traffic stop on Spring Street in Atlanta, a day after the robbery. They were driving in the wrong direction in a Ford Focus. Shamir Guillaume, 20, of Atlanta and Sean Theodis, 26, of Virginia were taken into custody.

Last Saturday, Sandy Springs Police arrested Rhakeem Butler, 22, in connection with the bank robbery.

The fourth suspect being sought is Kelvin Purdic, 24, of North Carolina. He also goes by Kelvin Purdy, the FBI statement said. Authorities says Purdic is a six-foot-three black male, weighing 175 lbs, and often visits the Peachtree Dunwoody area.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact the FBI 404-679-9000.

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