Two arrested, one still wanted in Austin Bank Bar K robbery - Tucson News Now

Two arrested, one still wanted in Austin Bank Bar K robbery

Christian Ponce is still wanted by the sheriff. (Source: Gregg Co. Sheriff) Christian Ponce is still wanted by the sheriff. (Source: Gregg Co. Sheriff)
Hannah Ponce has been arrested. (Source: Gregg Co.Sheriff) Hannah Ponce has been arrested. (Source: Gregg Co.Sheriff)
Broderick Pippins has been arrested. (Source: Gregg Co. Sheriff) Broderick Pippins has been arrested. (Source: Gregg Co. Sheriff)
Austin Bank Bar K location. (Source: KLTV News staff) Austin Bank Bar K location. (Source: KLTV News staff)
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

The Gregg County Sheriff's Office says they have identified three suspects in the Austin Bank Robbery that occurred on Monday, August 11, at the Bar K Ranch Store, located at 5653 Hwy 259 North.

The suspects were identified as Hannah Ponce, Broderick Pippins, and Christian Ponce. Officials said the robbery happened at around 4 p.m., and lasted approximately 13 seconds.

Ponce and Pippins have been arrested and charged with Aggravated Robbery and are currently in the Gregg County Jail. Authorities are still searching for the third suspect, Christian Ponce, and anyone with information on Ponce's location should contact the Gregg County Sheriff's Office at 903-236-8400 or Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP.

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