Nov 10, 2015 12:07 PM

Manchester bank robbery suspect nabbed minutes later

MANCHESTER - It took less than 10 minutes for police to capture a man suspected of robbing a city bank.

The Bank of New Hampshire on Hooksett Road in Manchester reported the robbery at about 10:20 Tuesday morning.

The clerk said the suspect handed the bank teller a note demanding cash and did not display a weapon during the robbery.

Officer Apprehends Alleged Bank Robber Minutes after Robbery

The clerk was able to describe the to responding officers, and the description was broadcasted over the police radio.

Ronald Cook, 44 of Manchester, was arrested 5 minutes later after an officer was able to spot a man riding a bike that fit the description.

After stopping him, the officer determined Cook was responsible and arrested him.

The investigation is ongoing.

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