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UPDATE: Second Suspected in Pocahontas, Va. Bank Robbery Turns Himself In

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The Tazewell County Sheriff's Department is confirming that the second suspect in an armed robbery at the BB&T bank Pocahontas, Virginia has turned himself in.

Deputies said Steven Michael Myers has turned himself into the Southwest Regional Jail at around 3:45 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 23

According to officials, Steven Michael Myers and his brother Roger Myers allegedly robbed the BB&T Bank on December 19.

Right now, officials said Steven Michael Myers is not making any statements to the police, but he has requested an attorney.  According to Pocahontas, Va. Police Chief, Mike Alford, the money from the bank robbery has not been recovered.


Update: The Tazewell County Sheriff's Department said Roger Myers has been arrested in connection with the early morning robbery.

Deputies said they are still searching for a second suspect, who is his brother.

Steven Michael Myers is the second suspect in connection with the bank robbery, deputies said.

Steven Michael Myers has brown hair, brown eyes, is five-foot nine and weighs about one-hundred and eighty pounds.

Myers is considered armed and dangerous and if you have seen this man, you are asked to contact the Tazewell County Sheriff's Department.



Earlier Story: Authorities are searching for an armed robber in Tazewell County.

Sheriff's deputies said a man robbed the BB&T bank Monday morning in Pocahontas, Va.

The suspect is described as a white male who was driving a red vehicle.

Deputies are unsure at this time how much money was taken.

Tazewell County Sheriff's deputies, detectives and patrol units responded, along with Pocahontas Police officers.

We will bring you more information as it becomes available.