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Suspected Inland Empire financial institution robber arrested in San Diego

A person suspected of robbing two banks and trying to rob two others within the Inland Empire has been arrested after a weekslong investigation.

Nathaniel Vincent Gallardo, 29, was apprehended by authorities Thursday in San Diego and booked into jail in reference to the robberies that came about in June and July in Riverside and Moreno Valley.

The primary crime in Riverside came about on July 3, when the suspect, believed to be Gallardo, entered a Financial institution of America department positioned on the 5200 block of Canyon Crest Drive. Gallardo allegedly handed the financial institution teller a be aware that stated he was armed and was demanding cash. The financial institution teller activated a hidden alarm and the suspect fled with out receiving any money.

Weeks afterward July 27, the identical suspect entered the Citibank department positioned on the 3600 block of Central Avenue and handed an identical be aware to the teller. The financial institution worker handed over lower than $1,000 after which the suspect fled the scene.

Then on July 31, he entered a US Financial institution department on the 9800 block of Magnolia Avenue and handed one other be aware to the teller. The worker complied and handed about $2,000 in money.

Detectives started investigating and decided that the crimes have been seemingly associated. In the course of the course of the investigation, detectives realized {that a} comparable tried theft came about on June 15 in Moreno Valley.

Over the course of the investigation, Gallardo was recognized because the suspect in all 4 crimes.

On Thursday, officers assigned to the Riverside Police Division’s Multi-Enforcement Tactical Response Operations group, alongside a United States Marshals process power, took Gallardo into custody in San Diego. He was “safely apprehended” and booked into jail to await two counts theft and two counts of tried theft.

He’s at the moment being held on $500,000 bail and is due in courtroom on Monday, based on jail data.

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