Police: Alleged Wichita Bank Robber Turned In By Relative

WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) — Police have arrested a 25-year-old man suspected of robbing a northwest Wichita bank Thursday afternoon.

The Bank of America branch located at 21st and Ridge was robbed shortly before 4 p.m. yesterday. No one was hurt.

Less than an hour after the robbery, police released a surveillance photo of the suspect. Police reports show that the suspect was brought back to the bank a short time later after he was seen on TV by a relative.

The suspect is 25-year-old Matthew W. Greenlee. The suspect does not have prior convictions and was enrolled at the University of Kansas last semester. He was booked for robbery of a financial institution. Formal charges are pending.

On April 18, 2012, a bank robbery occurred at the same branch. No one has been arrested for that robbery.


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