A York County bomb squad was dispatched to a Rock Hill, SC bank after a man said he had a bomb that would kill everyone in the building.
Latavian Rorie, 33, was charged with making a bomb threat and attempted armed robbery, Rock Hill Police Department Capt. Mark Bollinger said.
The incident happened Tuesday afternoon at the BB&T Bank branch on Herlong Avenue.
Latavian handed a teller a note saying he had a bomb, then demanded money and attempted to steal money from a teller.
Latavian also told four bank employees that the bomb would kill everyone in the bank, arrest warrants state.
Patrol officers and the police department bomb squad responded. No bomb was found.
Police searched Latavian's car and did not find any weapons or a bomb.
No bank employees were injured.
Latavian is charged with attempted armed robbery and making bomb threats. He is being held at the York County jail under a $200,000 bond.