GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (AP) — Police say a man suspected of robbing a Dallas-area bank and falsely claiming to have a bomb returned to the scene to surrender and give back the cash.
Grand Prairie police say an Arlington man was arrested following Wednesday's holdup of a Chase bank branch. Formal charges were pending. Nobody was hurt.
A police statement says a man around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday walked into the bank and gave a teller a note that said he wanted money and had a bomb. He put a package on the ledge, left with some money and drove off.
Grand Prairie police were at the scene when he returned and surrendered, saying the stolen cash was in his truck.
Police later determined there was no bomb. Investigators didn't say how much money was taken.