1 armed robbery suspect remains at large

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Lukas Davis

One suspect wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Missoula remained at large Friday, while another turned himself in to authorities Thursday night, according to Flathead County Sheriff Brian Heino.

Heino said the sheriff’s office is unaware of any possible whereabouts of the suspect, Lukas Davis, 19, but they believe he is no longer in the Flathead County area. Davis was last seen wearing a red shirt, jeans and white shoes, and has a pitchfork tattoo on his right jaw. He is believed to be armed.

At 1 a.m. Thursday, deputies were advised that multiple suspects, wanted for separate armed robberies in Missoula and Columbia Falls, were at a residence in Marion around Lodgepole Drive. When deputies arrived at the residence, several suspects fled. However, authorities were able to arrest two of the suspects, Conner Waggener and a juvenile, immediately upon arriving at the residence.

One of the suspects who fled, Cody Allen Waggener, 18, turned himself into the sheriff’s office at approximately 6 p.m., Thursday evening.

The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office is assisting Missoula and Columbia Falls authorities in the search for Davis.

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