Florida Siblings Suspects in Bonnie and Clyde Style Bank Robbery
Siblings Lee Grace Dougherty, Ryan Dougherty, and Dylan Dougherty Stanley are on the run after police say they robbed a bank and shot at a police car. INSIDE EDITION reports.
You've never seen a crime family like this before.
Two brothers and their sister are armed to the teeth and on the run after allegedly sticking up a bank Bonnie and Clyde-style.
Chilling photos were taken as the three siblings were holding up a bank.
After firing shots into the ceiling, they grabbed bags of cash and fled in a white car.
They also allegedly fired at least 20 shots into a police cruiser the same day.
Zephyrhills Chief of Police David W. Shears tells INSIDE EDITION, "The vehicle we were attempting to stop, the suspect inside was shooting AK-47 rounds back at the officer."
How determined are the siblings? They actually built an underground bunker at the house they all lived in.
It's made from two shipping containers, buried underground and joined together, with electricity and running water installed.
Here's what we know about the fugitive siblings:
-Lee Grace Dougherty, 29, is an exotic dancer.
"I love to shoot guys," she said on her Flickr page. "I'm a redneck and proud of it."
-Brother Ryan Dougherty is 21. He was just convicted of sending indecent material to an 11-year-old girl. He sawed off his ankle monitor when he fled.
-Half-brother Dylan Dougherty Stanley, 26, has an arrest for possessing marijuana.
Their crime spree started in Florida, and moved into Georgia. The trio may be headed to New York State.
Their mother issued this plea for her children to surrender: "The only possible thing to do is for you to turn yourselves in."
Just like in the classic film Bonnie and Clyde, authorities fear this manhunt will end in a shootout. The kids even sent their mother this text message: "There's a time for all of us to die."
"I certainly hope it ends peacefully, but I don't think it's going to," said Chief Shears.
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