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Suspect in Price Hill bank robbery arrested

Matthew Grant (Source: Citizen Observer) Matthew Grant (Source: Citizen Observer)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Police have arrested a man they say robbed an East Price Hill bank on Friday. 

Officials have arrested 27-year-old Matthew Grant of Williamstown, Kentucky. Grant was taken into custody in Downtown Cincinnati and has been charged with robbery and theft of an automobile.

On May 6, Officers arrived within minutes of the alarm at the Warsaw Federal Savings and Loan in East Price Hill. Police say Grant fled the scene on foot with an undetermined amount of money.

It is believed that Grant was involved in the robbery that took place at the Heritage Bank on Crescent Springs on Monday. So far, he has not been charged for that robbery.

He is also accused of stealing a car Monday morning.


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