Police arrest robbery suspects that sparked North Shore lockdowns

GLENDALE -- The lock down at Cardinal Stritch University and Nicolet High School has been lifted. Both schools were put on lock down after reports robbery suspects in the area.

The two men who sparked this lockdown robbed Credit Union Services Center in Brown Deer around 11: 24 a.m. Police say one of the men were armed with a black colored handgun. The two robber fled the scene in a red Pontiac driving east on Brown Deer Rd. The two men abandoned their vehicle and fled on foot in Glendale.

Local police contacted Cardinal Stritch University and Nicolet High School around 11:52 a.m. and told their security officials at least one robbery suspect who may be armed is believed to be in the area. Cardinal Stritch University officials promptly sent out a text message to students about the lockdown.

Both robbery suspects were arrested after a coordinated search involving multiple jurisdictions.

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