This story was originally published on Dec. 19 and was updated with additional information from a criminal complaint on Dec. 20.

ROWLESBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — New details have been released about an armed bank robbery that took place in Preston County on Monday.

William Forrest Perry

According to a press release from the Preston County Sheriff’s Department sent Monday, both the sheriff’s department and Kingwood Police Department responded to an armed robbery at Clear Mountain Bank in Rowlesburg.

A vehicle belonging to the suspect, William Perry, 73, of Pittsburgh, was later located in Terra Alta, which is more than 12 miles from the bank. Law enforcement chased Perry for several miles before he was taken into custody, according to the release.

According to a criminal complaint 12 News obtained on Tuesday, during the robbery, Perry “presented a handgun” to employees at the bank.

After deputies placed Perry into custody, they recovered “a large sum of cash”; while being processed, Perry was read his Miranda Rights, and during this time he “admitted to being the person who robbed the bank,” according to the complaint.

Perry has been charged with bank robbery. He is being held in Tygart Valley Regional Jail.