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Police arrest accused of robbing North Shore PNC Bank

Natasha Lindstrom
Courtesy of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety
Jarrett Jones

Pittsburgh have arrested a man suspected of holding up a PNC Bank on Pittsburgh’s North Shore.

Authorities issued an arrest warrant for Jarrett Jones, 30, in connection with the Nov. 8 robbery of the PNC Bank branch on Federal Street alongside PNC Park, Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman Cara Cruz said.

Officials released a photo of Jones on Tuesday afternoon.

He was arrested without incident later that day and is being held

According to police, the suspect walked into the bank shortly before 5 p.m. and approached a bank employee with a note demanding money, the initial investigation found.

He made off with an undisclosed amount of cash, officials said.

No one was injured during the incident.

Jones’ preliminary hearing before Judge Kim Berkeley Clark is scheduled for Nov. 26.

Natasha Lindstrom is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Natasha at 412-380-8514, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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