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Spokane Police Nab Wells Fargo Bank Robbery Suspect

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Spokane Police charged 29 year-old Lucky Guzman for an armed robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank at 2910 East 30th street. Witnesses say a man robbed the location and indicated he was armed with a gun. Witnesses gave police a good description of the suspect, and Major Crimes Detectives were able to identify Guzman as the suspect.

On 6-11-13, detectives executed a search warrant at Guzman's residence and located evidence believed to link him to the crime.  Guzman was charged with 1st Degree Robbery. Guzman was already an inmate at Spokane County Jail from another unrelated incident.

The Spokane Police Department says they are appreciative of assistance from the community in providing tips to help identify the suspect in this incident.

 

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