One person is behind bars accused of robbing a bank in Athens County, Ohio.
Deputies say employees at the Community Bank in Amesville came in around 8am Saturday morning. As they were getting ready to open, one of the employees found 25-year-old Carl Davis crouching in the closet next to the teller's station. The employee said she threw the closet door shut and ran out of the building screaming for help.
Members of the Amesville Fire Department who were in the area preparing for a local festival heard the employees screaming and secured the area until deputies arrived.
Davis ran out of the bank behind the employees, but they were able to track him into the woods near the bank.
Deputies say Davis was able to get into the bank by cutting a hole through the floor of an apartment above the bank.
Davis is charged with attempted robbery. He is currently in the South East Ohio Regional Jail.
A second suspect has been identified as an accomplice and warrants will be issued for his arrest.
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