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Beaver County man accused of robbing Cranberry PNC bank

Chuck Biedka
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A federal grand jury in Pittsburgh indicted a Beaver County man for allegedly robbing a Cranberry bank in August, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced.

The one-count indictment, returned last week and unsealed Monday , accused Michael Ryan Neppach, 40, of Patterson Township of robbing the bank.

The government alleged that on Aug. 28, Neppach robbed the PNC Bank on Route 19 of about $1,400.

The FBI and Cranberry Township Police Department conducted the investigation.

Chuck Biedka is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chuck at 724-226-4711, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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