Tucson bank robbery suspect arrested

bank robber 9-11Due to several 88-Crime tips that were submitted to the Tucson Police Department, the suspect associated with this bank robbery was identified as 52-year-old Vincent Mark Cesare. Cesare was arrested on the evening of September 10, 2013 and was charged with 2 counts of Armed Robbery, 5 counts of Aggravated Assault, and 5 counts of Kidnapping, all felony offenses. 

At approximately 2:08 p.m. on September 6, 2013, TPD officers were notified of a bank robbery incident occurring at the US Bank located at 7685 East Broadway. Officers arrived on the scene at approximately 2:09 p.m. However, the suspect was no longer at the bank when they arrived. The officers contacted the bank employees as well as customers in the bank and learned that no one had been injured during the course of the incident. Detectives from the Robbery Unit also responded to the bank in order to assist with the investigation.

Detectives learned that an unknown adult male suspect entered the bank with a gun. He pointed the gun at the bank employees and customers, forcing them to the ground. He demanded money from a bank employee. After he was given an undisclosed amount of money, the male suspect exited the bank and left the area.

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1 Comment on "Tucson bank robbery suspect arrested"

  1. Get a clue! Banks have CAMERAS, and someone will eventually ID you, regardless of all your futile attempts to cover your head and face! Enjoy prison!

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