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Akron man indicted for New Castle bank robbery

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PITTSBURGH -

A federal grand jury in Pittsburgh has indicted an Akron man on three charges related to bank robbery. 

The three-count indictment, names Vernon Marquis McGhee-Luster, 33, as the sole defendant. 

According to the indictment, McGhee-Luster is involved with three separate bank robberies. 

According to the Indictment, on October 18, 2018, McGhee-Luster robbed the PNC Bank in Erie, Pennsylvania. On October 24, 2018, McGhee-Luster allegedly robbed the Citizens Bank at 4761 Route 8 in Allison Park, Pennsylvania and is accused of attempting to ob the PNC Bank on Wilmington
Road in New Castle Pennsylvania.

McGhee-Luster is facing 20 years in prison, a fine fo $250,000 or both for each count. 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Erie Police Department, the Hampton Township Police Department, the Neshannock Township Police Department, and the Akron Police Department conducted the investigation leading to the Indictment in this case.

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