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Police find semi-truck used in Arkansas bank robbery, suspect still unidentified

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Police find semi-truck used in Arkansas bank robbery, suspect still unidentified
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a bank robbery where a semi-truck was used as a getaway vehicle. (Courtesy: Marion Police Department)
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Police in Arkansas are searching for a bank robbery suspect who allegedly fled the scene in a big rig. (Courtesy: Marion Police Department)

MARION, Ark. — Police in Arkansas have located the semi-truck that a bank robbery suspect allegedly used to leave the crime scene.

“We are still looking for information to identify this individual in reference to the Regions robbery on 06/21/2022,” the Marion Police Department said in a Thursday Facebook post. “The blue semi-truck associated with the robbery has been located.”

Police are still trying to identify the robbery suspect.

They did not state what company, if any, the truck was associated with, or if the suspect was associated with the truck. They also did not state where the truck was found on Wednesday.

Police described the suspect as a Black male wearing a black hoodie, black pants, a gray face mask, white gloves and brown work boots.

Marion Police Criminal Investigation Division is looking for tips. They can be contacted at (870) 739-2101.

For more details, you can read the original report by The Trucker at this link.

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