Wichita police have arrested a man, William Callison, 44, saying he twice robbed the Intrust Bank branch inside a Dillons store at 31st South and Seneca earlier this month.
The first robbery was Oct. 9 and the second was Monday, said Wichita police Lt. Steve Kenney.
In the second incident, police said, a slightly built man drove off in a silver Ford Explorer after the robbery.
The man entered the store at Seneca and 31st Street South at about 2:30 p.m., went to the Intrust Bank branch inside the store and handed the teller a note, Kenney said on Monday. Kenney said the note read “Give me all the money and do not hit the alarm.”
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The tellers complied and the robber walked out of the store and drove away, Kenney said.
In the Oct. 9 robbery, police said a man passed a note demanding money to tellers at the bank branch shortly before 1 p.m.
He was last seen pulling out of one of the parking lot’s south entrances in a small red or maroon compact vehicle, police said.
There were no injuries in either robbery, police said.