Officers arrested a man Friday who they say robbed an ATM customer at gunpoint in January.
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MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- Officers arrested a man Friday who they say robbed an ATM customer at gunpoint in January.
A person was getting cash from the ATM at the U.S. Bank at 4401 Roosevelt Blvd on January 25, when the suspect, Gary Keith, approached him with a black handgun, Sgt. Ed Sensel of the Middletown Division of Police said.
Sensel said 40-year-old Keith stole cash from the victim, then forced him to drive to the 1500 block of Jackson Lane. From there, Keith ran away with the suspect's money.
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Officers arrested Keith in Trenton, Ohio. He is charged with aggravated robbery and kidnappring.
Keith, of Sycamore Twp., is being held in the Middletown city jail.