Man arrested for robbing Norman bank

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities have arrested a man accused of robbing a Norman bank Monday. 

Special Agent James E. Finch said they arrested 26-year-old Christopher Lowe of Norman, the suspect accused of robbing Bank of the West near W. Main St. and 24th Ave. SW.

Fitch said a white male went to the teller with a black bag, pulled out his hand concealed in brown paper sack and pointed at the bank teller demanding money. 

He left with an undisclosed about of cash.

After the incident, Norman officers saw a man matching the suspect’s description, white male in his 20s with dark facial hair in a black hoodie, cap and glasses, in a gold Dodge Journey near Tecumseh Rd. and Flood Ave.

Police pulled over the man and found the money and black bag in the car. 

Authorities did not say how much money the suspect stole.


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