A father, son, and daughter have been arrested for robbery, and are accused of targeting as many as seven separate banks across two states, police officials have reported.
Father Ronald Scott Catt, 50, and his two children, son Hayden, who is 20-year-old, and daughter Abby, who is 18-year-old, were all arrested last week. They are charged with robbery of a credit union in Katy, Texas.
Officials have said that the trio recently moved into the area and it is believed that they could be responsible for numerous other robberies across both Texas and also Oregon, where they are originally from.
A robbery took place on October 1 in Texas where two figures, thought by police to be father Ronald, and son Hayden, entered a bank with disguises and hand guns. They demanded money from the bank staff before running out and getting in a car, thought to be driven by daughter Abby.
Part of their disguises were orange vests. Those unique vests were tracked down by police to a local Home Depot store, and that proved to be the big break in the case in tracking the three suspects. When officials reviewed Home Depot surveillance cameras they found footage of the family purchasing items used in the disguises at the store.
Daughter Abby is being held on $100,000 bond, while the father and son are being held on $140,000 bond in Fort Bend County Jail.
According to ABC News, Eric Lundeen, who is close to the Catt family said, "He was a single dad. I think he lost his wife and he had the responsibility to take care of his kids and I got to tell you, he was there for them."