A man suspected in a pair of recent bank robberies was arrested by a group of police who surrounded a home in the Wyman Park neighborhood on Tuesday.
Around noon, more than a dozen members of the Baltimore Police Department’s Warrant Apprehension Task Force surrounded a home near the corner of Keswick Rd. and Craycombe Ave. At one point, Foxtrot hovered directly over the leafy street.
A row of police cars lined up along the road and several K-9 units arrived at the scene. Police were in the area for about an hour before they began to disperse, indicating that an arrest was made. Detective Donny Moses said via email that officers arrested a suspect in connection with three area bank robberies.
Moses said the man is a suspect in two bank robberies on Oct. 15. One of the robberies was at the M&T Bank at 1010 West 36th St. in Hampden, while a second was at the PNC Bank in the 5900 block of Belair Road. Ross also had an open warrant for a bank robbery in Baltimore County, Moses said.
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