Just after 9 am with customers in the bank and the drive-thru of the Chase Bank on FM 1097 West, just west of I-45 an attempted robbery took place. A Brinks Armoured Car driver was servicing the ATM machine at the drive-thru when two black males attempted to rob him. The guard was able to draw his weapon and shoot one suspect as the other fled across FM 1097. 911 phones were jammed with calls coming in, some people reported long waits for an answer. As police arrived they immediately set up a perimeter south of the scene to Old Montgomery, West Loop and FM 1097. MCHD and NMCFD responded to the scene and after almost 20-minutes of life-saving efforts, the suspect was pronounced deceased. The other suspect may be shot and is the subject of a massive manhunt on FM 1097 and I-45. Police are looking for a possibly black male, tall, slender, dressed completely in black. A DPS helicopter spent several hours searching the woods. TDCJ dogs were called to the scene and searched as far south as FM 830. They finally called off the manhunt at 5 pm. Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon was also on the scene as are the Texas Rangers, FBI, Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constables, Panorama Police, Walker County Sheriff’s Office and Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, all assisting Willis in the investigation. The Brinks employee was not injured. The name of the victim has not yet been released pending notification of next of kin. Montogomery County Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack ordered Eickenhorst Funeral Directors to transport the body to the Montgomery County Forensic Center for autopsy.