The 24-year-old is accused of killing an armored car guard while handing over money


A 24-year-old man was arrested On charges of shooting an armored car guard, killing him Dallas police said in September.

Francisco Montez was arrested Wednesday and charged with murder. Police are still searching for the second suspect linked to the shooting, officials said.

It was David Roback, 52 years old He was shot on the morning of September 1 during a robbery in the 100 block of South Carroll Street, off I-30 just east of downtown. Investigators believe two men attacked Roback and his accomplice with guns while they were delivering cash to a business, police said.

One of the suspects shot Roback and took the mail bag containing the money he was carrying. Both suspects were driving a white Chevrolet. According to footage released by the Dallas Police Department. Roback died of his injuries at a local hospital.

The suspects were seen in the photos wearing black clothing and carrying rifles. The car is an older white Chevrolet Impala with illegible plates.

Police said they are still trying to identify and locate the second suspect. Anyone with information about this crime should contact Detective Reginald Woods at 214-283-4955 or email

Roback’s friend, Terry Ball, told her Star-Telegram media partner WFAA-TV Roebuck was a loyal partner who loved motorcyclesBicycles and eating competitions.

“I just wanted people to know who he was,” she told WFAA. “And what they took from us”

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