Clovis Police have arrested two men for their role in the morning robbery of the U.S. Bank branch in Clovis.

The Clovis Police Department received many tips leading them to the home of 59-year-old Richard Little in Clovis in search of a suspect named Matthew Gonzalez.

While questioning Little, officers discovered marked money matching bills stolen on Tuesday, as well as a gun matching the description of the one used in the robbery.

According to Clovis Police, based on the evidence gathered at Little’s residence, he was arrested for felony Receiving Stolen Property over $500.

Then, at approximately 10 a.m. Wednesday, October 14, an officer located Gonzalez who agreed to questioning. Gonzalez subsequently made a full confession and further implicated Little as a co-conspirator who was responsible for the get-away.

Gonzalez, Clovis Police Department

Gonzalez was arrested for two counts of Aggravated Assault with Intent to Commit a Violent Felony, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery and Tampering with Evidence.

Further felony charges of Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Accessory to Armed Robbery and Tampering with Evidence were applied to Little after Gonzalez's confession.

Both men have been booked into the Curry County Jail.