Police Say Same Man Is Suspect In Two Bank Robberies - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Police Say Same Man Is Suspect In Two Bank Robberies

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31-year-old Alex D. Treadway is wanted for two different bank robberies 31-year-old Alex D. Treadway is wanted for two different bank robberies
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Spokane Police say they now have probable cause to arrest 31-year-old Alex D. Treadway for the robberies of the Banner Bank on N. Division on 11-14-2013, and the Washington Trust Bank yesterday on N. Maple.

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