Berkeley police arrest man on suspicion of robbery at Bank of America

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Aditya Katewa/Staff
On Saturday, Berkeley Police Department received a call from a Bank of America employee who said the bank was being robbed by a 36-year-old male suspect with a knife. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of robbery, resisting arrest and a parole violation.

Berkeley police officers arrested a man on suspicion of robbery after receiving a report of an armed robbery from the Bank of America on Shattuck Avenue.
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