Man Accused of Abduction Also Suspected in Three Robberies
The search continues for two young local boys, and their alleged abductor now faces charges in three seperate bank robberies.
Shreveport Police Corporal, and Shreveport-Caddo Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Breck Scott tells KEEL News 34-year-old Keith Rogers and 28-year-old Antoinette Wong are wanted for abducting Wong's two sons, 2-year-old Elijah Wong and 7-year-old Donnie Simmons.
Rogers is also believed to be the man who robbed Citizens National Bank on Benton Road January 5, Post Office Employees Federal Credit Union on Texas Avenue January 8, and Aneca Federal Credit Union on Youree Drive January 28.
In the early January robberies, images of the suspect were captured on surveillance video. He handed the tellers notes demanding money, then left in a car being driven by a woman. In the Aneca robbery, the suspect left on foot in an unknown direction. Rogers was named the suspect in all three robberies.
However, Cpl. Scott said no one has come forward with any information on where Rogers, Wong or the two children are now.
"So we're asking for the public, if they have any information about these kids or these two suspects, to please come forward," Scott said. "Call us at 673-7373, or on our website at lockemup.org."
Scott said a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to Rogers' arrest. He said officers and detectives are constantly looking over banks and credit unions in the hopes they'll find the pair, as well as the children. He has this message for Rogers:
"Somewhere, drop off the kids. You can drop them off at the fire department, at a school, a hospital, somewhere. Just let the kids come back to their fathers so they can have a normal life again."
Rogers has numerous prior arrests dating back to 1998 for domestic violence, simple battery, and trespassing. He also spent nearly 10 years in prison for killing two people in a fiery car crash as he was fleeing from police.