LEXINGTON, N.C. - The Lexington Police Department is looking for two people connected to two robberies: one at the State Employees Credit Union on Piedmont Drive, and one at a house on Bridge Street.
Two other people have been arrested in the case.
The bank robbery happened Thursday morning. According to police, two of the suspects entered the bank armed with handguns and demanded money by use of a note. The suspects fled the scene on foot.
A witness near Tyler Drive reported seeing three males fitting the description get into a white Mercury Grand Marquis or Ford Crown Victoria in the area of Tyler Drive. Information received during the investigation led officers to an address on Hankins Drive where the suspect vehicle was located and seized as evidence.
One suspect was taken into custody on Hankins Drive and further leads led to an address on Federal Street where a second suspect was taken into custody.
Police identify the suspects arrested as 20-year-old Jason McIntyre and 20-year-old Zackary Mauldin. Police are charging McIntyre with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery, breaking and entering and three counts of larceny of a firearm. He is being held in Davidson County Jail with a $600,000 secured bond. Mauldin is being charged with aid and abet Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery. He is being held in the Davidson County Jail with a $500,000 secured bond.
Lexington Police seized several guns during this investigation. Some of which were stolen during the robbery at a house on Bridge Street on November 15, 2017.
During the investigation they identified two other suspects. 21-year-old Dante Dalton is wanted for Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery. 27-year-old Darian Shellman is wanted for Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery, breaking and entering and three counts of larceny of a firearm.
If you know where Dalton or Shellman are, please call the Lexington Police Department at 336-243-3302 or Lexington Area Crime Stoppers at 336-243-2400.
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