A man wearing a mask robbed a Cleveland Heights bank Monday afternoon.
CLEVELAND - The FBI has arrested a man they say is responsible for robbing at least four Cleveland-area banks.
On Wednesday, Brandon Laster, 30, was arrested by the FBI's Violent Crimes Task Force and the Bedford Heights police after an anonymous tip was given.
Laster is accused of robbing the following banks:
- PNC Bank, 2233 Warrensville Center Road, on Oct. 30
- Huntington Bank, 1865 Coventry Road, on Nov. 18
- Dollar Bank, 6563 Brecksville Road, on Nov. 26
- Chase Bank, 5435 Northfield Road, on Dec. 12
A court date is not yet known.
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