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Duluth Bank Teller Held at Knife-Point During Robbery

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Our partners at the Northland’s NewsCenter are reporting reported earlier this morning the U.S. Bank branch on 20th Avenue West and Superior Street was robbed by an individual around 9:30 this morning.

The man grabbed a teller by the shirt and threatened her with a knife during the robbery. Following a search, Duluth Police spokesperson Jim Hansen confirmed authorities apprehended the suspect a few blocks away from the bank.

This is the same U.S. Bank location that was robbed on December 31 of last year, with an individual claiming to have a gun was able to get away with $2,000. That suspect was arrested in January in Arkansas.

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