UPDATE: Milwaukie man turns himself in

by: PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - Suspect who held up the Clackamas KeyBank.A suspect allegedly robbed a Clackamas KeyBank on Monday by approaching a teller while holding a large silver knife to a female customer's throat and demanding money.

By Tuesday at about 1 p.m. the suspect, identified as Salvador Ramirez Navarro, 17, of Milwaukie, walked into the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Public Safety Training Center on Jan. 29 and told the front desk clerk he was wanted for the KeyBank robbery the day before.

Detectives and CCSO patrol deputies then went to the location and took Ramirez Navarro into custody.

According to detectives, Ramirez Navarro gave a full voluntary statement admitting to committing the robbery at the Clackamas KeyBank the day before.

Detectives did not recover any of the money stolen during the robbery.

Detectives are looking into the potential that he was provided assistance during the last 24 hours and encourage anyone with information to call the Tip Line at 503-723-4949.

On Jan. 28 at about 3:30 p.m., the KeyBank Sunnyside branch, 12550 S.E. 82nd Ave., teller gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect then fled from the bank in an unknown direction on foot. He was not seen entering a vehicle.

The customer was not physically injured in the robbery.

Multiple CCSO deputies arrived in the area within two minutes of being dispatched. A K9 deputy and deputies from the Happy Valley Police Department assisted in the unsuccessful search for the suspect.

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