Anthony M. Sollers, 19, is accused of assaulting a man who had taken cash out of an ATM
VANCOUVER — A 19-year old Vancouver man faces a first degree robbery charge in connection with a strong-arm robbery outside of the IQ Credit Union on NE Vancouver Mall Drive on Tuesday.
In a news release on Thursday, Vancouver Police said the victim had withdrawn money from the ATM outside the bank entrance on Tuesday morning at 10:16 a.m. when he was shoved down from behind. The suspect grabbed the man’s wallet, then fled on foot.
Vancouver Police confirmed Thursday afternoon that the suspect, later identified as Anthony Sollers, 19, of Vancouver, turned himself in after security camera footage was released to the public.
A friend of the suspect’s family told Clark County Today Sollers’ mother recognized him from the images and urged him to turn himself in.
Sollers is currently in the Clark County jail awaiting a first appearance in court on the charges.