Reward Being Offered in Arrest of Bank Robbery Suspects

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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – A reward is being offered in the arrest of two bank robbery suspects believed to be armed and dangerous.

Police said the suspects robbed the 5th/3rd Bank at 12401 Cedar Road in Cleveland Heights Saturday morning.

The robbers covered their faces as much as possible, and told the people inside the bank to lie on the floor, and told them it was a robbery.

Police believe the same people are responsible for two other recent armed bank robberies in Cleveland Heights. The first at the Ohio Savings Bank on Lee Road on November 22, and the other at the First Merit Bank at 87 Circle on December 3rd.

Reward money is being offered to anyone with information leading to the suspects’ arrests. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cleveland Heights Police Department or the Cleveland Division of the FBI.

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