Man accused of threatening to spray clerk with COVID-19 in Tipp City bank robbery arrested in Florida

Man accused of threatening to spray clerk with COVID-19 in Tipp City bank robbery arrested in Florida

TIPP CITY — UPDATE @ 12:30 a.m. (Oct. 28):

Daquan Rashaad Crenshaw is now in the custody of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office in Columbia County, Florida, according to investigators.

UPDATE @ 12:30 p.m. (Oct. 26):

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A warrant has been issued for a Dayton man charged in connection to a robbery at Greenville Federal Savings & Loan, where police said he threatened to spray the clerk with COVID-19.

Daquan Rashaad Crenshaw, 27, of Dayton was charged with aggravated robbery in Miami County Municipal Couort this morning.

Investigators said Crenshaw is believed to be in the Dayton or Atlanta area and should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who may know where he is asked to call police or 911.

The robbery happened Friday afternoon around 1:30 p.m.

UPDATE @ 7:30 p.m. (Oct. 23):

The Tipp City Police Department has released images of a man accused of robbing the Greenville Federal Savings & Loan branch in Tipp City earlier Friday.

In a post on their Facebook page, the Tipp City Police Department also released an image of the man’s vehicle which is described as a later model black Lexus SUV with black wheels, gold emblems, and no front license plate.

They are asking that anyone who has any information on someone that fits the suspect’s description or has this rare vehicle configuration, to please call the Tipp City Police Station at 937-667-3112 or 937-440-9911.

Tipp City Police Department
Tipp City Police Department

INITIAL REPORT

Police are looking for the man accused of robbing the Greenville Federal Savings & Loan branch in Tipp City and threatening to spray the clerk with a bottle of COVID-19, according to police.

Officer responded to the branch at 500 W. Main Street around 1:45 p.m.

According to police, the robber was described as a black man, wearing all black, a mask and an orange construction vest.

Police said he slipped the clerk a note demanding money and telling the clerk he had a bottle of COVID-19 he would spray them with.

He got away with an unknown amount of money and fled toward I-75, however police are unsure if he got onto the highway.