Statesboro Police are still seeking a woman they say was involved in an armed robbery last week. Tymesha Sharneice “Savage Doll” Hamilton, 24, Leefield Station Road in Brooklet, is considered “armed and dangerous,” said Statesboro Police Capt. Scott P. Brunson.
Police arrested three men last week in connection with the Tuesday, Sept. 7 armed robbery of Geovista Credit Union on South Main Street. Hamilton is believed to have driven a “getaway car” and is still at large.
Hamilton stands 5’7” and weighs around 156 pounds.
The men in custody for involvement in the Geovista armed robbery are Nicolas “Hocus Pocus” Roberts, 23, Glennville, who worked as a teller at the credit union; Marcus Dar-Rell “Q” Dean, 22, The Pointe at Southern apartments; and Clifton “Twinkie” Allen, 22, of Seasons Apartments.
Hamilton is wanted on charges of armed robbery, two counts false imprisonment and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, Brunson said.
Police are still “actively investigating” a second armed robbery Wednesday, at Core Credit Union’s Market District branch off Fair Road. Brunson said while the two incidents are possibly linked, no further information could be released about the Core Credit Union robbery at the time, as the investigations were ongoing.
Anyone with information about Hamilton’s whereabouts is asked to make a confidential phone all to the Statesboro Police Criminal Investigations Division at (912) 764-9911 or the Statesboro office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation at (912) 764-6311.