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UPDATE: Suspect arrested in connection with Landmark Bank robbery

Friday, August 9, 2013 | 12:08 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — An arrest has been made in connection with the Landmark Bank that was robbed Aug. 2 on Garth Avenue.

According to a Columbia Police Department news release, Dyran R. Hill, 18, was arrested on a charge of second degree robbery at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Hill was arrested at the District 6 Probation and Parole Office, 1500 Vandiver Drive.

A Columbia Police Department School Resource Officer identified Hill from the bank surveillance photo, the release said.

Police responded to a robbery at Landmark Bank at 10 N. Garth Ave. at about 3:50 p.m. on Aug. 2. The suspect was said to have entered the bank and demanded money from the teller. The man did not display a weapon and ran north from the bank with an undisclosed amount of money.

Bond information has not yet been made available.

This was the second robbery to occur at a Landmark Bank location in a week. The first robbery at the Landmark Bank at 202 N. Stadium Blvd. on July 29 is still under investigation, Sgt. Joe Bernhard, spokesman for the police, said.

Anyone with information about this case was asked to contact the Columbia Police Department at 874-7652 or Crime Stoppers at 875-8477.


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