Homeless man arrested in Syracuse bank robbery, suspect in another

M&T Bank robbery, Onondaga Blvd. / File photo

Syracuse police have arrested a homeless man for a recent bank robbery. He's also the suspect in another bank robbery last week.

22-year-old David Travers is accused of robbing the M&T Bank at 4726 Onondaga Boulevard around 12:30 p.m. Monday. Police say Travers handed the teller a note, demanding money.

Police say several tips helped lead to Travers' arrest. He's now charged with one count of robbery in the third degree.

Police say Travers is also the suspect in the robbery of the Alliance Bank at 1001 James Street on December 13. Charges in that robbery are pending some forensic tests.