CINCINNATI - On Friday, Cincinnati police announced the arrest of two people allegedly behind an October robbery at a Price Hill credit union.
On Nov. 6, police arrested 20-year-old Jake Pfalz and 36-year-old Jennifer Neitz in the Oct. 11 robbery at Emery Federal Credit Union located in the 5000 block of Glencrossing Way.
During the robbery, a male suspect entered the bank and demanded cash from the teller. Officers arrived at the scene within minutes after an alarm was activated, but the suspects – later identified as Pfalz and Neitz—had fled the scene.
The suspects escaped with an undetermined amount of money.
Pfalz is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 13 for aggravated robbery charges. Information has not yet been released about Neitz’s charges or court date.
Officials have not released any additional details about the arrests or robbery at this time.
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