ARRESTADO SOSPECHOSO DE ROBO A BANCO


La División Knoxville de la Oficina Federal de Investigaciones (FBI) y el Jefe Tony Crisp del Departamento de Policía de Maryville (MPD) anunciaron el arresto de un hombre sospechoso de robar una sucursal del banco First Tennessee.

              El 7 de junio aproximadamente a las 9:03 AM, el sospechoso entró en el First Bank Tennessee situado en 2441 US Highway 411 Sur en Maryville, Tennessee, amenazó con que tenía una pistola y exigió dinero. Después de obtener una cantidad indeterminada de dinero, el sospechoso huyó del lugar a pie.
                        El Departamento de Policía de Maryville y el FBI han detenido a Richard Buckner, de 49 años, de Maryville, Tennessee, en relación con este robo.

  Todos los acusados ​​se presumen inocentes hasta que se pruebe su culpabilidad en un tribunal de justicia.

ENGLISH

The Knoxville Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Chief Tony Crisp of the Maryville Police Department (MPD) announce the arrest of the man suspected of robbing a First Tennessee Bank today.  

             On June 7 at approximately 9:03 A.M., the suspect entered the First Tennessee Bank located at 2441 US Highway 411 South in Maryville, Tennessee, threatened that he had a gun, and demanded money.  After obtaining an undetermined amount of money, the suspect fled the scene on foot.

                       The Maryville Police Department and the FBI SSTF have arrested Richard Buckner, 49, of Maryville, Tennessee, in connection with this robbery.  This is a joint investigation of the FBI SSTF and MPD.

 All defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

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