Biohazard suit? Whatcha gonna rob us with? Germs?
Police have arrested a man they think was involved in last month's robbery of a Rock Hill bank by two men wearing biohazard suits.
Rock Hill Police Lt. Les Herring said it was the first time he can remember bank robbers wearing the white suits usually worn to protect someone from dangerous chemicals.
Richard Foster, 34, was arrested Wednesday after coming to the police station for an interview and charged with entering a bank with intent to steal, possession of a handgun during a crime of violence and criminal conspiracy, police Lt. Jerry Waldrop said.
Police are looking for two other suspects, 18-year-old Demario Ware and 25-year-old Tavis Barnette, on similar charges.
Investigators are still trying to sort out how each man was involved in the July 17 robbery at the Family Trust Credit Union and how they got the biohazard suits, Waldrop said.
The suits, along with two $20 bills were found not far from the bank, police said.