Crime & Courts

Goddard man federally charged in Intrust Bank robbery

Wichita police arrested Austan Kinnaird on April 29, a little more than seven hours after a bank security camera captured images of a man allegedly robbing the branch at an east-side Dillons.
Wichita police arrested Austan Kinnaird on April 29, a little more than seven hours after a bank security camera captured images of a man allegedly robbing the branch at an east-side Dillons. Courtesy photo

A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted a 25-year-old Goddard man in connection with a robbery last week at the Intrust Bank at 9450 E. Harry in Wichita.

Austan Kinnaird, if convicted of one count of bank robbery, faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a maximum fine of $250,000, U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said in a news release.

Wichita police arrested Kinnaird on April 29, about seven hours after a bank security camera captured images of a man allegedly robbing the branch. The branch is inside a Dillons store at Webb and Harry.

Tips from the public led to his location, police said earlier this week.

Amy Renee Leiker: 316-268-6644, @amyreneeleiker

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