1 suspect still at large in alleged armed robbery in Parkersburg

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - A man considered by police to be armed and dangerous remains at large after an alleged armed robbery in Parkersburg more than a week ago.

According to Parkersburg Police, Dalton Painter and two other people who have already been arrested on armed-robbery charges - Nicholas Proscia II, 20, and Taylor Starcher, 18 - allegedly coerced a man to meet them at 1211 Williams St., on Oct. 14.

When the man arrived, police said he was hit in the head with a broom handle and pistol-whipped. He was robbed of $300 and an I-Phone XR. The suspects then allegedly used a key taken from the victim's pocket to remove a Glock 19 pistol with three magazines from his vehicle.

During the investigation, Police said Proscia and Starcher were both arrested at the residence - Proscia on Oct. 16 and Starcher on Oct.17. They are being held without bond at the North Central Regional Jail.

Anyone with information about Painter's location should call Parkersburg Police at 304-424-8444, private message the department on its Facebook page or leave an anonymous tip at www.pkbpolice.com.