SPD: Broadway bank robbery suspect collared after recognized by parole officer

(Image: SPD)

(Image: SPD)

Seattle Police got some help in identifying the suspect in last Saturday’s morning hold-up at the Broadway Market Wells Fargo.

The man was taken into custody Thursday after being recognized by his Department of Corrections officer:

A Seattle bank robber was arrested this week after he stopped in for a visit with his Department of Corrections (DOC) supervisor, who recognized him from security camera photos. On Saturday, October 22nd, a white male walked into a bank in the 400 block of Broadway Ave East. The suspect fled the bank with cash. An alert DOC officer saw the photo of the bank robbery suspect and recognized him as someone who is already a client of the Department of Corrections, in light of his previous conviction for robbery. When the suspect went to his visit his DOC officer on the 27th, he was taken into custody and turned over to Seattle police. Robbery detectives booked the suspect into King County Jail for investigation of robbery.

 

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