Bank robbery suspect taken into custody

Update to story posted on Thursday, June 22
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Grand Rapids Police Department headquarters.
Grand Rapids Police Department headquarters.

A suspect has been taken into custody in relation to a bank robbery that took place in downtown Grand Rapids on Thursday, June 22.

According to a press release from the Grand Rapids Police Department in a statement released today, June 26, a 30-year-old suspect, Timothy Andrew-Lee Crane, has been charged with Bank Robbery, which is a felony.

The alleged incident took place at approximately 3:15 p.m. on the afternoon of Thursday, June 22. Grand Rapids Police Department officers and the FBI responded to a bank alarm at Comerica Bank, 99 Monroe Ave NW. According to a press release issued by the Grand Rapids Police Department, a suspect had obtained money and fled prior to officers’ arrival. No weapons were seen and no injuries were reported.

The suspect is in custody and is currently awaiting arraignment. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Grand Rapids Police Department or Silent Observer. Detectives can be reached at (616) 456-3380 or tips can be sent anonymously through Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345/ www.silentobserver.org.

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