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Man wanted for Brentwood bank robbery turns himself in

Megan Guza
| Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, 12:12 p.m.
Gary Williams White
Gary Williams White

Police on Sunday arrested a man wanted for robbing a Brentwood bank at knifepoint last week and took off with more than $100,000.

Gary William White, 20, of the Baldwin area, allegedly walked into the PNC Bank on Saw Mill Run Boulevard on Thursday brandishing a knife and demanded money from the teller, according to police. He went into the bank vault and took off with more than $111,000.

Police recovered the money, but White remained on the run until he turned himself in to the Allegheny County Sheriff's Fugitive Unit on Sunday evening, authorities said.

White is charged with robbery, receiving stolen property and two counts of making terroristic threats, court records show. He remained in the Allegheny County Jail on Monday morning.

Megan Guza is a Tribune-Review staff writer.

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