FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO) – A Fort Wayne man is facing charges after an August 2018 credit union robbery.
Larry Ratliff, 46, was charged Monday by criminal complaint with one count of bank robbery.
According to court documents, Ratliff entered the Partners First Credit Union on August 18, threatened the employees inside, then took approximately $10,000 in cash. He fled in a white pickup truck.
The truck was found still running several hours later behind a nearby apartment complex. It was owned by Browning Chapman, and Indiana construction company, and was reported stolen from Indianapolis a few days prior to the robbery.
Fingerprints belonging to Ratliff were found within the pickup truck, and a credit union employee identified Ratliff as the robber.
No further court dates have been released concerning the case.