Monday, January 13, 2014

UPDATE: Federal Agents Arrest Two Men in Utah, Charged With Armed Robbery in McCall

Posted By on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 5:05 PM

UPDATE: Jan. 13, 2014 5 p.m.

Federal authorities announced late Monday that two men have been taken into custody in Utah in connection with a Jan. 10 robbery of an ATM in McCall.

The FBI said 34-year-old Nathan Davenport and 39-year-old Matthew Annable were arrested by federal agents on Jan. 12. The two have been charged with theft and aiding and abetting.

The two suspects remain in Utah custody and federal charges have not yet been filed in Idaho against the two.

ORIGINAL POST: Jan. 13, 2014 9 a.m.

The Valley County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that a vehicle has been found that is linked to a Jan. 10 armed robbery in McCall.

Witnesses said the incident began about 9 p.m. Jan. 10, when a man, brandishing a weapon, broke into an ATM just outside of the Idaho First Bank branch on Deinhard Lane. Some witnesses said they heard several rounds of gunfire coming from the scene.

Police pursued the man, who drove away in two-toned pickup truck, and on at least two occasions, law enforcement exchanged gunfire with the suspect. Lawmen said they initially believed that the suspect was hiding out in the area of the CareFree subdivision, in southeast McCall, and urged residents to "lock their doors and windows, stay inside and do not answer the door," according to a statement from the sheriff's office. Authorities said the suspect was considered armed and dangerous.

McCall Police and the Valley County Sheriff's Office were joined in the investigation by Idaho State Police, the Adams County Sheriff's Office, Cascade Police and Idaho Fish and Game in their search for the suspect.

And while authorities didn't give many details, they did confirm this morning that a two-toned pickup had been found. No word yet on the whereabouts of the suspect.

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