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Authorities: Man accused of robbing bank in Arizona and burglarizing some ATMs in California

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GOLDEN VALLEY, Arizona — An Arizona man has been arrested for allegedly robbing a bank in Golden Valley and burglarizing automated teller machines in California.

Mohave County Sheriff's officials say detectives arrested 52-year-old John Harris Graham Jr. on Thursday.

They say the Golden Valley resident is being held on suspicion of felony counts of robbery and theft.

It was unclear Friday if he has a lawyer yet.

Authorities say Graham is suspected of robbing a National Bank of Arizona branch in Golden Valley on Monday and two recent burglaries to ATM machines in Mohave County.

In California, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is investigating Graham for burglaries to ATM machines in the Big River area.

Authorities didn't immediately release information on the money amounts stolen from the bank and the ATMs.

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