PAINESVILLE, Ohio - Two women have been arrested in connection to a robbery at the KeyBank in Painesville.
Police said the robbery happened on Jan. 14. Around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, authorities arrested two women, 42 and 54 years old, in connection to the crime.
According to police and surveillance video, the 42-year-old woman walked inside the branch and demanded money. The 54-year-old is accused of being her getaway driver.
The two, whose names police have not released, have both been charged with aggravated robbery and are behind bars at the Lake County Jail.
The women will be arraigned on Thursday.
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