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Suspected Spokane bank robber arrested in western Washington

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The wanted poster for the robber. The wanted poster for the robber.
Don Charles Owens. Man who police say robbed Wells Fargo and shot a customer. Don Charles Owens. Man who police say robbed Wells Fargo and shot a customer.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The man accused of robbing a north Spokane Wells Fargo and shooting a customer in the process is now in custody.

Edmonds Police tells KHQ that Don Charles Owens was arrested in Edmonds on Friday, on an outstanding warrant. 

The bank, located on North Division Street, was robbed on April 28th. A man who tried to stop the robber was shot several times. Multiple law enforcement agencies joined the search for the robber.

Owens is now on his way back to Spokane to face a judge for the crime.

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