A suspect in a robbery at Comerica Bank that occurred shortly after noon on Tuesday was apprehended by police this afternoon.
Alexandria Bible, 23, is in police custody and is facing a charge of aggravated robbery, police said.
Police were alerted to the bank robbery about 12:20 p.m. at the Comerica Bank located at 1560 W. Magnolia Ave., according to Tamara Valle, a spokeswoman with the Fort Worth Police Department.
The suspect was believed to be an armed, black female, who left the bank with an unknown amount of money in an older model white sedan, Valle said. A patrol officer, one of about 17 units who responded to the call, was headed to the bank and spotted a car matching the suspect vehicle’s description, according to police.
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A pursuit began and ended in the 1400 block of Thrall Street, about four miles west of the bank, with the suspect in custody, Valle said. The apprehension occurred without incident, according to police.
The suspect’s photograph is not yet available.
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