HERE’S THE SCOOP:
- A man robbed a Chase bank in Southern California and then fled with a “large amount of cash.”
- The following day, police received a call for another robbery in progress at the same location.
- Police arrested the man shortly after.
California police arrested a robbery suspect after he returned to rob the same location the next day.
Officials said the man went into a Chase bank branch in Fountain Valley and gave a teller a note demanding money.
He then fled the scene with “a large amount of cash” before police arrived.
The following day, police received a call about another robbery at the same Chase location.
Officers promptly arrested the suspect.
The man, 33, has prior convictions for robbery.