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Police: Manchester man accused of robbing bank after transaction goes bad

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MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Police say a man is accused of robbing a bank in Manchester after a transaction didn't go the way he wanted.

WMUR-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1rbu1qw ) that a teller at the Members First Credit Union told authorities that the man tried to make a transaction on Friday but when it didn't go his way he wrote a note demanding cash.

Police say the man left with an unknown amount of money.

Authorities say the suspect — 51-year-old Roger Hicks — often does business at the bank. He was arrested a short time later at his home. It is not known if he's being represented by a lawyer.


Information from: WMUR-TV, http://wmur.com

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