Milwaukee police arrest suspect in Brown Deer US Bank robbery

The Milwaukee Police Department arrested a 16 year-old male who was allegedly involved in the US Bank robbery in Brown Deer on July 26.
The suspect is from Milwaukee.
Brown Deer Police were called to US Bank at 4200 West Brown Deer Road, for a report of a 61 year old Milwaukee woman who was robbed at gun point and had her vehicle taken.  The two suspects also ordered her at gun point to withdraw money from the ATM. 
At about 4:00 PM on Monday, July 27, 2015, the Milwaukee Police Department was involved in a short pursuit of the victim’s vehicle.  The vehicle crashed in the 2600 block of North 50th Street and the occupants fled on foot. No arrests were made, but the vehicle was recovered and was processed for evidence. 
Milwaukee Police Department arrested one of the suspects in connection with this case on August 12.  He is also being investigated for other crimes in the City of Milwaukee and area suburbs.    Charges are currently pending.  
This incident continues to be under investigation.  Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Brown Deer Police Department, 414-371-2900, reference #15-8122.
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