ARREST: Tip leads police to man accused of robbing PNC Bank & Ke - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

ARREST: Tip leads police to man accused of robbing PNC Bank & KeyBank

The FBI is looking for the man accused of robbing the PNC Bank on the 4000 block of Chester Avenue in Cleveland on Jan. 19. (Source FBI) The FBI is looking for the man accused of robbing the PNC Bank on the 4000 block of Chester Avenue in Cleveland on Jan. 19. (Source FBI)
Investigators said the suspect entered the bank around 10:50 a.m. on Friday and threatened a weapon. (Source FBI) Investigators said the suspect entered the bank around 10:50 a.m. on Friday and threatened a weapon. (Source FBI)
Authorities said the suspect and a possible driver arrived in what appeared to be a dark Dodge Grand Caravan. (Source FBI) Authorities said the suspect and a possible driver arrived in what appeared to be a dark Dodge Grand Caravan. (Source FBI)
Investigators said the suspect verbally threatened the teller if she did not cooperate. (Source FBI) Investigators said the suspect verbally threatened the teller if she did not cooperate. (Source FBI)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The FBI is thanking the public's for its help in locating the man wanted for robbing both the Key Bank and PNC Bank, both on Chester Ave. in Cleveland last week.

Patrick Scullen was arrested Saturday by Cleveland Police.

According to investigators Scullen entered the first bank around 10:50 a.m. on Friday and threatened a weapon.

A weapon was not seen and the man verbally demanded money from a bank teller.

The FBI said Suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash and fled on foot.

Later that say, around 2 p.m. the KeyBank on the 3600 block of Chester Avenue was robbed.

Authorities said the same suspect and a possible driver arrived in what appeared to be a dark Dodge Grand Caravan.

According to a news release from the FBI the suspect walked to a table and wrote a note.

Investigators said the suspect verbally threatened the teller if she did not cooperate.

Authorities said the teller complied with his demand for money.

The FBI said the suspect went through the bank's west doors and and appeared to enter the Doge Grand Caravan and left the scene.

Police say they were able to locate Scullen after receiving a tip call from a person who saw the story about the robbery on the news. 

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