MUNCIE, Ind. (7/28/09)--Formal charges were filed last week against two individuals who allegedly stole $250,000 from an Indiana credit union. John Repass and Stanley Dewayne Wills have been charged with felony armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and theft in connection with a May 27 robbery at Industrial Centre FCU. The two allegedly stole $250,355 from the Muncie, Ind., credit union (Star Press July 26). Wills is still at large. Repass recently was arrested in Midvale City, Utah. Police are working to extradite him from Utah, the newspaper said. Wills and Repass allegedly entered the credit union around 1 p.m. Wills took the female employees to the vault, while Repass took the male employees to a back room. After taking money from the vault, the robbers fled in a car driven by Wills’ girlfriend. The woman, Maranda Conley, was arrested June 16. Police seized a garbage bag full of money from her residence. Industrial Centre FCU has $39 million in assets.