FBI Arrests Suspect in Albany Bank Robbery
Acting Special Agent in Charge (A/SAC) George Crouch, FBI Atlanta, announced the arrest of a suspect in the robbery of the DOCO Credit Union in Albany, GA.
David Andrews, age 20, of Albany, Georgia, was arrested without incident earlier today in Northern Virginia by FBI agents based on a federal criminal complaint issued in the Middle District of Georgia (MDGA) charging him with the bank robbery in Albany. Andrews recently resided in Dumfries, Virginia.
On September 7, 2016 a male suspect entered the DOCO Credit Union branch at 2101 Rosebrier Avenue in Albany, Georgia and announced a bank robbery by handing a demand note to the victim teller. After getting an undisclosed amount of money the suspect left the credit union without further incident.
Andrews is being detained in a Northern Virginia detention facility, where he will await extradition proceedings back to the Middle District of Georgia.
A criminal complaint is only an allegation. The accused is presumed innocent until guilt is proven beyond a reasonable doubt before a jury.