CORNWALL, Pa. (AP) -- Police allege that two men found shot to death near a crashed car in eastern Pennsylvania earlier this year were killed by a suburban Philadelphia man on the run after a credit union robbery.
Thirty-seven-year-old Gilberto Torres-Reyes of Collegeville is charged with criminal homicide in the deaths of 27-year-old Alexis Rafael Perez-Garcia and 34-year-old Jelson Dejesus-Ortiz. They were found April 9 outside a car on Route 72 in Cornwall.
Detectives allege in an arrest warrant that Torres-Reyes earlier held up the Riverfront Credit Union in Wyomissing, and a witness said he had offered to pay the victims $400 each to drive him to Pittsburgh. Federal marshals later arrested him in New York City.
Court documents don't list an attorney for Torres-Reyes; a listed number for him couldn't be found Saturday.