By: KDKA-TV News Staff
DORMONT, Pa. (KDKA) — Police arrested the man who claimed to have a bomb during a bank robbery in Dormont.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Activists Pushing For Creation Of Civilian Police Control Council
On Tuesday, the Allegheny County Police Department arrested 51-year-old Angelo Koupas of Carnegie. He is charged with robbery, theft, receiving stolen property and terroristic threats, law enforcement says.
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UPDATE: Today, County Police identified the actor as 51-year-old Angelo Koupas of Carnegie. Koupas was apprehended and charged with robbery, theft, receiving stolen property, and terroristic threats. https://t.co/neZhoEIvgaREAD MORE: Police Surround Home In Moon Township
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He is accused of robbing the Dollar Bank on West Liberty on Friday. Police say Koupas passed a note, which stated he had a bomb, to a teller. He then left the bank with cash and fled in the direction of Texas Avenue.