PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – Pittsburgh police say a teller was in on a bank robbery at a PNC Bank branch last month.

That’s why the robbery suspect, 45-year-old Shawn Stevens and the teller, 28-year-old Wade Jones, have both been arrested on robbery and conspiracy charges.

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Police say Stevens went into the bank in the city’s Shadyside neighborhood and handed a note to Jones, the teller on duty, about 4 p.m. May 22.

Police say when Stevens went into the bank he asked Jones for money and got away with $6,500. After that, police say Jones waited before pressing the alarm and then lied to police saying he gave away $2,500.

When police caught Stevens, they say he confessed and told them Jones was in on the heist.

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Online court records don’t list attorneys for the men, whose charges were announced Friday.

Stevens was in custody and awaiting arraignment. Jones was arraigned on Wednesday and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing June 10.

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