GALLIA COUNTY, Ohio. (WSAZ) -- A man accused of holding up a bank inside a Walmart has been indicted by a grand jury..
Donald David Crago, 38, was indicted by a Gallia County Grand Jury on two counts of theft and one count of robbery.
Police say Crago robbed the Ohio Valley Bank branch in the Gallipolis Walmart on November 21.
According to the criminal complaint, Crago went into the store and passed the teller a note demanding money and warning the teller not to use dye packs and no one would get hurt.
Crago got away with $3,275 in the robbery.
Crago was arraigned on the charges Monday morning Gallia County Common Pleas Court and was appointed an attorney.
His bond was set at $20,000 with 10% cash.
If he makes bond, Crago is not allowed to have contact with law enforcement or the bank. He must also attend all pre-trial conferences and remain a law abiding citizen.
One of theft charges involves the truck that investigators say Crago stole and then used to flee from scene after the robbery.
Huntington Police arrested Crago at the City Mission in Huntington.