NC man arrested for two Roanoke bank robberies

Victor Eugene Angus (Roanoke City Jail)

Victor Eugene Angus
(Roanoke City Jail)

Roanoke Police say they have arrested a suspect for holding up the Carter Bank & Trust Wednesday afternoon on Hershberger Road near Crossroads Mall. It happened just before 3 p.m. A short time later, a Botetourt County Sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle that matched the suspect’s vehicle description. The deputy took Victor Eugene Angus, age 64, of Stella, N.C., into custody. During police questioning, Angus admitted to robbing the Carter Bank & Trust on Peters Creek Road in Roanoke on June 4. He is also charged for that robbery.

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From Roanoke City Police Department:

On June 18, 2014 at 2:55 p.m., Roanoke Police were called to the 1700 block of Hershberger Road NW, the Carter Bank & Trust, to investigate a robbery. Witnesses told officers the suspect walked into the bank and demanded money from a teller. After the teller complied, the suspect exited the store with an undisclosed amount of cash. While the teller said there was a threat of a weapon, no weapon was displayed. Once on scene, officers established a description of the suspect’s vehicle from an eyewitness who saw the suspect leave the parking lot. An officer gave that vehicle description to dispatchers at the Roanoke E-911 Center and dispatchers shared it with surrounding jurisdictions. A short time later, a Botetourt County sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle matching that description in the 3800 block of Lee Highway. The deputy stopped the vehicle and apprehended the suspect without incident. The suspect was identified as Victor Eugene Angus, age 64, of Stella, North Carolina. Angus was charged with the robbery at the Carter Bank & Trust on Hershberger. During an interview with detectives, Angus admitted to robbing the Carter Bank & Trust on Peters Creek Road in Roanoke on June 4th. A warrant was also obtained charging Angus with that robbery. Angus was taken to the Roanoke City Jail.

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