Syracuse man arrested for Chase Bank robbery
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse Police have made an arrest in last Thursday's Chase Bank robbery in downtown Syracuse.
After interview evidence, police were able to arrest 30-year-old Robin Guthridge, from South Clinton Street, the address is listed as the Catholic Charities Men's Emergency Shelter. He's charged with robbery and is being held in the Onondaga County Justice Center.
The robbery, at the bank at 110 West Fayette Street, happened just after noon last Thursday. Employees say the man demanded money from a bank teller, who turned over cash.
Detectives say interviews and evidence found at the robbery scene helped them identify Guthridge. He was taken into custody on Saturday.