UPDATE: Suspect caught in ATM robbery
UPDATE -- Officials have arrested a suspect, 34-year-old Allen Jones. Jones is being charged with un-armed robbery, according to a Dayton Police report. He was found by police and later identified by the victim.
Suspect sought in ATM robbery at the River Valley Credit Union on North Main Street
UPDATE -- Officials remain on the hunt for a female subject accused of robbing a woman at an Automated Teller Machine in Dayton overnight.
It happened around 12:15 a.m. on Wednesday, July 13 when a woman called police in shock after using the ATM at the River Valley Credit Union on North Main Street.
The victim said she was inside her sedan and had just made a withdrawl of $400, when a female subject came from around the building and attempted to attack her.
The victim told officers the she fought back as the person "tried to beat the crap out of her." She claimed she was not harmed during the altercation, however, the robber fled on foot with the cash.
The robbery suspect is described as a tall dark-skinned black female with short hair and a muscular build with. No clothing description could be provided.
The Dayton Police Department is now asking for anyone with information to contact law enforcement at 333-COPS.
DAYTON -- Investigators are looking for the person responsible for robbing a woman at an ATM overnight.
It happened at the River Valley Credit Union just after midnight at 1030 North Main Street.
It was not indicated whether the victim was harmed during the incident.
A K-9 was called in to track the direction of the subject, but was unsuccessful.
The robbery suspect is described as a black female with a dark complexion around 6 feet tall, with short hair and a muscular build.
Authorities could not indicate whether any sort of weapon was brandished during the robbery.
The Dayton Police Department is handling the investigation.
We're currently working with officials to learn more at this hour. We'll update this developing story as more information becomes available.
Anyone with information regarding the crime is urged to contact Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 222-STOP.