A man wanted by law enforcement for attempting to rob a bank in Annapolis, Maryland Friday was arrested in Durham Saturday morning.
Gregory Klemkowski, 22, entered a Bank of America branch in Annapolis shortly before 5 p.m. Friday, Annapolis police said in a Washington Post report. Investigators said he reportedly handed a note demanding money to one bank employee, but the bank’s employees instead barricaded themselves and called the police.
Klemkowski, of Annapolis, was arrested at about 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Durham by N.C. State Highway Patrol officers. Police said he would be extradited to Maryland to face charges of attempted bank robbery.
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