UPDATE: Man pleads guilty for robbing bank in Huntington, WV
Charles N. Henderson
The FBI and police in Huntington, WV have released a surveillance photo of the possible bank robbery suspect.
HUNTINGTON, WV -
According to the Western Regional Jail, 58-year-old Charles N. Henderson plead guilty Thursday for robbing the Chase Bank in Huntington, WV.
Henderson may face up to 20 years in prison.
Huntington Police officers have confirmed that a suspect has been arrested in the robbery of the Chase Bank branch in Huntington.
Officers said they arrested Charles N. Henderson, 58, of Huntington. According to Huntington Police, he was taken into custody without incident a little after 8:30 p.m. Officers arrested him in the 900 block of 6th Avenue.
He was not armed at time of arrest, according to police. Henderson will be charged with one count of bank robbery, he will be taken to the West Regional Jail.
Keep checking wowktv.com for updates to this developing story.
Police and the FBI in Huntington, WV are on scene of a bank robbery.
Chase Bank on Fifth Avenue was surrounded by police because they believed the robber was still inside.
Police went floor by floor on a search for the person they believed to be responsible for the bank robery.They have also released a surveillance photo of this person.