Lowcountry bank robbery suspect surrenders to officers at GPD station

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GEORGETOWN, SC (WCSC) –

A man wanted for a Lowcountry bank robbery has surrendered to police.

Officials with the Georgetown Police Department say 20-year-old Lebron Perice Marsh surrendered to officers at the department’s station Thursday afternoon in connection to the bank robbery on Wednesday at Citizens Bank.

He’ s expected to have a bond hearing on Friday.

“We thank the public for all of their assistance in bringing this case to a positive resolution,” GPD officials said.

Investigators considered Marsh to be armed and dangerous during their search for him.

Report of bank robbery in Georgetown

The robbery occurred shortly before 10:30 a.m. at the Citizens Bank on Exchange Street.

The robber was described as a black male wearing a hoodie and bandana who fled the scene in a white car.

Police say no one was injured in the incident.

Multiple law enforcement agencies processed multiple scenes in connection with the crime.

Some of the surveillance images appear to show the robber leaving with a cash drawer till, but authorities have not released information on how much money he left the bank with.

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