Description in Orange bank robbery leads to arrest

Police say Allen Keith Miller used a ball cap and wig to disguise himself.

Police arrested 49-year-old Allen Keith Miller of Cameron, La., on the night of June 25, 2013, in connection with a bank robbery at the Capital One in Orange earlier the same day.

Police reported that on Tuesday, June 25, at about 3:20 p.m., a man entered the Capitol One Bank, 3738 16th St. in Orange, Texas. He presented a note to a teller demanding money. He did not display a weapon.  The teller gave him money and he left the bank on foot. He was seen behind the Texas State Optical building next door entering a teal colored Saturn two door that had a paper license tag on the back (unknown license number).  The vehicle left headed south on 16th Street. 

After the robbery, the man was described as a white male over 6 feet tall wearing a black button-up shirt, khaki pants, black shoes, a “Castrol” ball cap, and a knee brace on his right knee.  He also had long blonde hair, which was probably a wig, and glasses. 

June 25 at approximately 10:45 p.m., the Orange Police Department received a call from an alert citizen who spotted a car matching the description of the suspect vehicle in Vinton, La.  Orange Police Dispatch contacted the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office, and a CPSO Deputy stopped the vehicle on I-10 eastbound at the 20-mile marker. A male occupant of the vehicle fit the description of the suspect. Orange Police detectives and an FBI agent responded to the scene. After investigating the situation, OPD detectives obtained a robbery arrest warrant for the male occupant of the vehicle. The warrant was signed by Orange County Justice of the Peace Pct. 1, Judge Peck.  The suspect was arrested and has been booked into the Calcasieu Parish Jail.