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Duluth Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested in Arkansas

Created: 01/23/2014 10:42 AM WDIO.com

Authorities in Arkansas have arrested a man accused of robbing a Duluth bank. The Duluth Police Department said the 35-year-old was arrested in West Memphis on Monday and is in federal custody.

He's accused of robbing US Bank at 2000 West Superior Street on December 31.

Police said the suspect entered the bank and demanded money around 10:30 that morning. They said the suspect had a shopping bag that he said contained a gun, but a gun was never shown. The suspect then left with an undisclosed amount of cash. 

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