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UPDATE: Kentucky Police Catch Grant Co. Bank Robber

(CORINTH, KY) --

Update: Kentucky State Police have arrested Gary Coots for the robbery of Forcht Bank in Corinth.

He was arrested in Lexington and is being held at the Grant County Detention Center.

Previously:

Kentucky State Police have released more information on the Forcht Bank Robbery this morning on 1205 Owenton Road in Cornith.

    The suspect was armed with a knife and demanded the teller to give him all of the money.

    Police describe the suspect as a white male, approximately 25 - 35 years of age, approximately 5'10" in height, with dark hair, possibly below the ear in length, slender build, and approximately 150-170 lbs. 

    He was wearing a dark blue sweatshirt with light yellow and green lettering indicating, "University of Notre Dame" which also contained large letters in the middle indicating, "ND". 

   The suspect was wearing a blue bandana, partially obscuring his face.  The suspect left the bank on foot and may have gotten into a dark colored, older model, S-10 type vehicle to flee the area.  

     Any information regarding this incident, please contact the Kentucky State Police, Post 6 in Dry Ridge, KY at 859-428-1212. 

Original Story:

Kentucky State Police are searching for a suspect in a bank robbery around 11:30 this morning in Corinth, Kentucky.

The escape vehicle is said to be a black S10 with a short bed.

The driver is described as a white male with a blue bandana around his face.  He has black hair.  He was wearing a blue Notre Dame sweatshirt and jeans.

If you have any information call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

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