Police ID suspect in Bridgeport bank robbery

Bridgeport police are asking for help tracking down the man believed to be responsible for robbing a bank last weekend.Police believe Carlos Arroyo, 41, robbed

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport police are asking for help tracking down the man believed to be responsible for robbing a bank last weekend.

Police believe Carlos Arroyo, 41, robbed the TD Bank on Madison Avenue on Saturday.

Investigators say he is Hispanic, 5'11" and about 160 pounds. He is clean shaven and has black hair.

Police are urging anyone with information about the robbery or who knows where Arroyo is to call them at 203-581-5201.

Bridgeport police search for bank robber

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