Bank robber arrested after returning to scene to get own car
OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities have made an arrest after a bank robbery Wednesday afternoon.
The FBI said 31-year-old Nolasco Denis is now facing federal bank robbery charges.
Officials said a man approached a teller at the JP Morgan Chase bank near I-240 and Walker Ave. just after 2 p.m.
He told the teller he had a gun in his pocket and demanded money.
The teller gave him an unknown amount of cash and the suspect left, walking across the street to a convenience store.
He he went back to his car, parked at the bank, police were waiting for him.
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