SOUTH UNION TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Thanks to advances in forensics and DNA technology, a bank robbery suspect has been identified in Fayette County.

State Police at the Uniontown barracks have issued a warrant for 31-year-old Dustin Bohna, whose last known address was in Isabella, Fayette County.

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Investigators say Bohna, armed with a small black handgun, held up a PNC branch bank in Hopwood on June 6th. He ran off with about $2,000 in cash.

Police questioned Bohna early on in their investigation after getting tips from people because he looked like the suspect who appeared in surveillance photos released by police.

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They also took a DNA sample from Bohna, who denied involvement in the stickup. However, a man found a hat, similar to one seen on the suspect, the day of the robbery and DNA on the hat matched Bohna’s DNA.

Bohna is facing charges of robbery, theft, simple assault and making terroristic threats.

Fayette County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to his arrested.

If you have information, call 1-888-404-TIPS or email

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