FORT WORTH, TX – Police have arrested a man they believe robbed a bank in southwest Fort Worth earlier this month, according to a tweet from the Fort Worth Police Department’s official Twitter account.
CBS DFW reports that the robbery occurred at a First Convenience Bank inside the Kroger grocery store on Altamesa Boulevard on the afternoon of January 10. A man handed a bank teller a note that said he had a weapon and demanded cash. He ran away on foot after the teller complied.
The suspect was described as being six feet tall and aged 35-45 years old. Photos show him wearing a dark plaid shirt and what appears to be a hospital ID band.
Police took a suspect into custody on January 15. No additional information is available at this time.
A total of 28 people were booked into the Tarrant County Jail on charges of robbery the same week that the suspect was arrested.
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