At around 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, a Missoula Police officer responded to the Stockman Bank on West Broadway regarding reports that a male entered the bank, asked for cash, and then fled the scene in a silver car. Police Public Information Officer Lydia Arnold explains.
“Officers conducted an initial investigation and detectives were called to the scene for continued investigation,” Arnold said. “During the incident, no person was injured. Based on the initial investigation, officers were provided a detailed description and partial vehicle license plate. Officers were also provided with a very clear description of the suspect male.”
An officer spoke with a security guard who described the suspect and the vehicle. The license plate and description were a close match to a vehicle owned by Charles Weber.
“Deputies with the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the investigation and located the suspect, 36-year-old Charles Weber, and took him into custody,” Arnold said. “Missoula Police Officers responded to the location where the suspect was taken into custody and continued their investigation. The Missoula Police Department transported Weber to the Missoula County Jail.”
An officer spoke with the bank teller who was involved in the incident. According to the teller, Weber said, “give me $2,000