WDBJ7 Web Staff
5:12 PM EST, December 12, 2012
An arrest has been made in a Roanoke bank robbery.
After receiving a tip, Michael Davidson was arrested Wednesday.
He is accused of robbing the Bank of America branch Monday in downtown Roanoke on Jefferson Street.
Warrants had already been out for Davidson's arrest.
Original story from Dec. 11
A suspect has been identified in a bank robbery Monday in Roanoke. However, the Roanoke Police Department has not been able to find the alleged robber.
Investigators believe 36-year-old Michael Davidson gave a teller a note demanding money Monday at the Bank of America branch in downtown Roanoke.
The robbery happened around 3:25 p.m. Monday.
The Roanoke Police Department has obtained a robbery warrant for Davidson.
If you know where Davidson is, the Roanoke Police Department asks you to call 9-1-1.
Original story from Dec. 10
Roanoke police are looking for a bank robber.
Officers say the Bank of America branch on Jefferson Street in downtown Roanoke was robbed just after 3:00pm Monday.
They say the robber walked in, showed the teller a note, got cash and took off. No weapon was seen.
Here is the full press release from the Roanoke Police Department:
The Roanoke Police Department is investigating a bank robbery that occurred on December 10, 2012. Officers responded at 3:25 pm to the Bank of America located in the 300 block of Jefferson Street. The male suspect entered the bank, showed the teller a note, obtained an undisclosed amount of money and fled. No weapon was displayed and no one was hurt. No arrests have been made. Anyone with information should contact the Roanoke Police Department at 540-853-5959 or Crime Line at 540-344-8500. Crime Line may offer a monetary reward for any information leading to an arrest.
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