Warrant Issued For Suspect In Robbery Of Local Credit Union

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WACO (July 9, 2013)—The FBI obtained an arrest warrant Tuesday for a man described as armed and dangerous who’s wanted in connection with the robbery of a Waco credit union on Monday.

A surveillance camera captured this image of the robber.

The warrant names Darryl Rashad Stoglin, 29, who has prior weapons arrests, Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said.

He’s 5-foot-10 and weighs about 200 pounds.

The FBI is asking anyone with information about Stoglin’s whereabouts to call its San Antonio office at (210) 225-6741.

The robbery was reported at 9 a.m. Monday at the C-T Waco Federal Credit Union at 7804 Central Park Dr.

The robber, who was black and in his mid-20s walked into the credit union and handed an employee a note that demanded money and said he was armed.

He escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash.

He was wearing camouflage shorts, a gray Baylor T-shirt over a lime green shirt and a ball cap with a lime green bill, police said.

He escaped on foot in the direction of the Colony Apartments at 8014 Woodway Dr.

Officers later surrounded a house Monday afternoon in a North Waco neighborhood in the search for the robber.

Officers coaxed the residents out of the house in the 2100 block of Live Oak Avenue and then searched the residence, but came up empty handed, authorities said.

No one at the scene was arrested, they said.

Officers surrounded a home Monday on Live Oak Avenue, but made no arrests. (Photo by Christina Truong)