Lafayette Police say one of the suspects that they believe robbed a Moss Street bank Wednesday of last week has turned himself into authorities.

Corporal Paul Mouton says Harold Carmouche turned himself in at the Lafayette Police Department without incident today.  They will interview him prior to booking him in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center for Simple Robbery.

On April 9 around 10:15 a.m., two suspects went into the bank in the 2500 block of Moss Street and ordered everyone to get down.

Moss Street Bank Robbery Suspects, photo courtesy of Lafayette Police

The suspects, who were wearing masks, then demanded money from the tellers.

Moss Street Bank Robbery Suspect Car, photo courtesy of Lafayette Police

The two were seen leaving the bank in a small, four-door, green older model car.

Detectives are asking anyone knowing the whereabouts of the other suspect to call Lafayette Police or Crime Stoppers at 232-TIPS.