Suspected bank robbers arrested in Virginia

Two suspects who Stamford police believe are behind a string of bank robberies have been arrested and are behind bars in Virginia.Investigators claim Kevin Bolden

NEW HAVEN - Two suspects who Stamford police believe are behind a string of bank robberies have been arrested and are behind bars in Virginia.

Investigators claim Kevin Bolden and Moneek Grant are connected to a bank robbery spree that started on March 7 in New Haven.

Detectives believe the two then hit a bank in Woodbridge, one in Greenwich, two in Stamford and another in Bridgeport last week before fleeing Connecticut.

Virginia authorities found Connecticut license plates in the vehicle's glove compartment. The two suspects are facing drug charges in connection with their arrest in Virginia.

Police ID suspect in Connecticut bank robberiesPolice say Greenwich, Stamford bank robberies may be linked Police: Stamford bank robber left actual money trail

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