A man has been arrested after a bank robbery in Manchester, New Hampshire, Fridary morning.
The incident took place at the Members First Credit Union at 44 Bridge St. just before 10 a.m.
Fifty-one-year-old Roger Hicks of Manchester has been charged with robbery.
According to police, Hicks tried to make a banking transaction, but when it didn't go his way, he wrote a note and demanded cash, leaving the bank with an unknown amount. He was located on Orange Street a short time after the robbery, police said, because he was a frequent customer of the bank and a positive identification was made there.
Authorities say a second person involved has not been formally charged with robbery, but the ongoing investigation could result in a second arrest.
A bank teller reported two individuals entered the bank and demanded cash.