COLERAIN, N.C. (WITN)- A sheriff's office says it's caught up with one of two men who they say robbed a Family Dollar in late January.
Dy'twan Chamblee & Ray'Quan Langford
Bertie County Sheriff John Holley says that Dy'twan Chamblee was found by deputies in Hertford County on February 7th and is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, Accessory after the fact of felony armed robbery, and larceny.
Deputies say that he and Ray'quan Langford are responsible for the robbery of the Family Dollar on South Main Street in Colerain back on January 24th.
At the time, Sheriff Holley told WITN that one of the men fired two shots with one of those ricocheting and hitting the arm of a clerk there.
That clerk was treated at the scene by EMS.
Chamblee is being held on a $100,000 secured bond.
Langford should be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone who has information on where Langford is should call the Bertie County Sheriff's Office at 252-794-5330.
The search is on for two suspects who the sheriff says held up a Family Dollar.
Bertie County Sheriff John Holley says that two men walked into the Colerain Family Dollar on South Main Street and held it up just before noon.
He says that one of the men fired two shots. One of those shots is believed to have ricocheted off the floor and hit a clerk in the arm.
Holley says the round did not penetrate the woman's arm and she was treated at the scene by EMS.
The two men ran from the store.
Colerain Elementary which is about a block away was placed on lockdown but the sheriff expects that to be lifted soon.