VANCOUVER, Wash. -- A bank robbery suspect shot by police Monday afternoon has died, police said Tuesday.
He was identified as Kenneth Allen Pointer, 43, of Portland.
He was taken to the hospital after being shot. Police did not specify a time of death.
Pointer allegedly robbed a U.S. Bank near Mill Plain Boulevard just before 2 p.m. A teller was able to track the bag of stolen cash, leading police to the suspect.
Police stopped Pointer's vehicle with a PIT maneuver near the Battle Ground exit on Interstate 5. Sky8 video showed cash strewn across the ground.
Noticing a lot of cash on the ground near blue SUV's back tire. pic.twitter.com/Q9EIUzPwWd— Katherine Cook (@KCookKGW) June 13, 2016
A Clark County Sheriff's Office deputy shot Pointer, police told KGW's Katherine Cook. Police have not yet said whether Pointer had a gun. No officers were hurt.