CONCORD, New Hampshire — Police who arrested a suspect following a Concord, New Hampshire, bank robbery, say they were helped by a postal service worker who crossed paths with the man while making routine deliveries.
Police said Monday a man entered the Bank of New Hampshire on Main Street, handed a teller a note demanding cash, and fled with some money.
Police said the postal worker saw the man's car and shared the information.
They arrested 39-year-old Scott Lojko of Concord on Tuesday afternoon. He was being arraigned Wednesday; it wasn't immediately known if he had a lawyer.
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