Police arrested three suspects connected to four recent bank robberies in the valley, according to Henderson Police.
The most recent bank robbery happened on Charleston Boulevard, near Maryland Parkway Thursday morning, according to Henderson Police.
This bank robbery was similar to four other Henderson bank robberies, which began in July, police said.
The arrests happened at about 11:45 a.m., with the help of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.
Police said no injuries were reported in the robbery or arrests.
Damien Phillips, 29, was arrested for four counts of robbery, Anthony Barr, 28, was arrested for three counts of robbery and Sabrina Henderson, 30, was arrested for three counts of conspiracy to commit robbery; all felony charges, police said.
The three were booked into the Henderson jail.
Henderson Police said on Monday, Aug. 6, at 1:55 p.m. officers responded to the U.S. Bank at 55 S. Valle Verde Drive, near Interstate 215.
Police said the suspects entered the bank together and waited in line. They went to different teller windows where each suspect showed a note demanding cash. One of the notes indicated they had a weapon. Each suspect received an undisclosed amount of money and left the bank on foot together.
Nobody was injured during that incident, police said.
On July 30, Officer Rodrigo Peña said two men entered a bank on the 700 block of North Valley Verde at 11:45 a.m. Each of the men approached different tellers and gave them notes which implied they had weapons.
The tellers handed the suspects an undisclosed amount of cash then they left the bank.
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