Suspect Arrested for Two Bank Robberies on Sunday
A male suspect was arrested in Racine for possibly committing two bank robberies on Sunday.
According to Kenosha Police Department, the first incident happened on Sunday at approximately 1:42 pm.
A male subject approached the Guaranty Bank inside of the Pick N’ Save store at 1901-63rd Street in Kenosha.
The subject told the bank teller he was armed, implied he had a weapon, and demanded money which the bank staff turned over.
The subject then left the bank prior to police arrival.
According to police, no bank staff or bystanders were injured during the robbery. The subject was not located, and police began investigation and evidence collection at the scene.
A short time later, a subject was taken into custody by the Racine Police Department for a different bank robbery that occurred in their jurisdiction.
Based upon evidence collected during the investigation, it is believed that the subject taken into custody in Racine is the same suspect from Kenosha.
Detectives from the Kenosha Police Department are currently working with the Racine Police Department and the FBI to complete their investigation.
Based on the arrest and evidence, there is no further threat to the community.