Police say they are
working four crime scenes in
Just hours ago-- police found the car they believe was used as a get-a-way car in this morning's murder and robbery--- but have yet to find the men responsible.
Shortly after 9 o'clock Thursday morning-- police arrived here-- to the First National Bank of Crossett.
Bank officials say two men with assault rifles, stormed in, demanded money, beat a bank employee and then took off in a Nissan Altima.
India Holt with FNB said, "It's very friendly, it's own community in north Crossett, they know everyone. Immediately when they saw these two, they knew something was going to happen."
Hours later police located the stolen car-- but the suspects were no where to be found.
Now police are working four crime scenes-- including the home where 58 year old Donna Woodberry was abducted.
Police believe the two men shot and killed Woodberry about 3 miles from the bank then drove her car to the branch where they got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
India Holt with First National Bank says she believes the men knew what they were doing.
"They knew they meant business, they were threatened, give them money, give them money, repeatedly, one employee at the drive thru they came over and approached her."
Police say they two men are still on the loose and are consider armed and dangerous.
Police are looking for any information you may have on the men responsible-- you can contact the Arkansas State Police or the Ashley County Sheriffs Office.
The First National Bank of Crossett is offering a reward, up to ten thousand dollars for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the men responsible.