York City bank robbery suspect arrested in Columbia

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YORK COUNTY, Pa. – York City Police arrest the suspect in a morning bank robbery. The robbery happened at around 10 am at the M&T Bank branch at 21 E. Market Street in downtown York. The suspect, who did not display a weapon, got away with some cash. Police distributed a bank surveillance of a bearded black male.

At around 4:30 pm, city detectives obtained an arrest warrant for 37 year old Jason Hull, of York. Hull was taken into custody less than two hours later at around 6:15 pm in Columbia, Lancaster County, by members of the York City Police Narcotics Unit, Nuisance Abatement Unit and the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

Hull was returned to York County and being held on Robbery charges.


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