Albemarle man considered 'armed and dangerous' wanted in bank robbery

- The Albemarle Police Department said they're searching for a local man who is considered 'armed and dangerous' in connection to a bank robbery. 

Officers said at 10:27 a.m. Monday, June 27, employees at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 200 E. Main St. in Albemarle said a man entered the building and presented the teller with a note demanding money.

Once the teller gave the money to the unknown man, he left the bank on foot.

Detectives, along with members of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations, quickly begin investigating this crime. Along with the evidence collected at the scene, law enforcement sent the photos of the unknown man out to the media and placed on social media.

Information received from the public, combined with evidence collected enabled law enforcement to identify the person responsible for this bank robbery.

Warrants were issued Tuesday, June 28, for Rashun Quintes Spivey of 745 S. 4th St. in Albemarle for Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.

If you see him, he is considered armed and dangerous; do not approach him. If you have information on his location, please contact your local police department or you can dial 911. The Albemarle Police Department has a Tip Line (704-984-9511) allowing anyone to leave an anonymous tip on a voice mail.

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