CLACKAMAS, Ore. -- A teen turned himself in to police Tuesday and said he was wanted in Monday's armed robbery at the Clackamas KeyBank.
Salvador Ramirez Navarro, 17, of Milwaukie, surrendered at the Sheriff's Public Safety Training Center around 1 p.m. He was booked at the Clackamas County Jail for robbery in the 1st degree, a Measure 11 crime.
Due to his age of 17 years, he was transported to the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center to be lodged overnight at the recommendation of the Clackamas County Juvenile Department, explained Sgt. Adam Phillips with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.
During Monday's bank robbery, the suspect held a large knife to a woman's throat and demanded cash from the teller. The woman was not hurt.
The suspect fled on foot with the money. Deputies searched the area with a K-9 but could not find the suspect. As part of the investigation, they circulated a photo (see above) taken from a bank surveillance camera.
Police were still trying to determine if the robber may have had an accomplice. Anyone with information that may help investigators was asked to call (503) 723-4949 or submit a tip online at the Clackamas Sheriff's Office web site.