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Owensboro bank robbery suspect arrested

Lennon Christie, 54, of Owensboro (Source: Owensboro Police Dept.) Lennon Christie, 54, of Owensboro (Source: Owensboro Police Dept.)
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OWENSBORO, KY (WFIE) -

Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a bank robbery that occurred earlier Friday.

According to police, it happened Friday just before 10 a.m. at US Bank in the 2800 block of Frederica St.

Lennon Christie, 54-years-old, of Owensboro, was taken into custody by law enforcement. Christie is charged with second-degree Robbery.

Police said Christie walked into the bank and handed a cashier a note demanding money. He left without getting any cash.

We're told no weapons were involved in the incident.

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