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Montgomery County police say a Damascus man wanted in connection with a bank robbery last week has been arrested in Florida.
Police say Stephen Anthony Mulvihill, 42, of the 8300 block of Gue Road in Damascus, was arrested in Margate, Fla., on Monday.
He is wanted in connection with the April 7 robbery of a SunTrust Bank at 9916 Main Street in Damascus. They say Mr. Mulvihill entered the bank, passed a note announcing the robbery, and displayed a handgun. The teller gave him an undisclosed amount of cash, and he fled from the bank.
When Mr. Mulvihill is extradited to Montgomery County, he will be charged with armed robbery, use of a handgun in the commission of a felony, and first-degree assault, authorities say.
Court records show Mr. Mulvihill had been scheduled to stand trial in Frederick County on Tuesday for July 2010 charges of disorderly conduct and failure to obey.
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