Police Searching For 4th Suspect In Stockton Bank Robbery, May Have Dropped Robbers Off
SACRAMENTO (CBS) — A fourth suspect connected to the robbery of a Stockton bank and the chase and deadly shootout that followed is still on the loose, according to authorities.
According to CBS Sacramento, the suspect reportedly dropped off the three armed suspects at the Bank of the West on Hammer Lane and Pacific Avenue on Wednesday, touching off a deadly chain of events that left one hostage dead and two others injured.
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On Friday, police released a photo of the black four-door sedan with tinted windows that reportedly dropped off the suspects. Police said they found the vehicle abandoned in a quiet Stockton neighborhood hours later.
Authorities said the suspects took three women hostage from the bank and led police on an hour-long chase. One of the hostages, Misty Holt-Singh, was killed during a shootout between the robbers and police.
Police identified the suspects killed as 24-year-old Alex Martinez and 30-year-old Gilbert Renteria, both of Stockton. Another suspect, 19-year-old Jaime Ramos, has been booked on homicide, attempted murder, kidnapping and robbery charges.