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Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested When Parole Officer Recognizes Him

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    Brian Richloff was charged in an attempted bank robbery after a parole officer recognized the man in the surveillance photo.

    Manchester police have arrested a suspect in an attempted bank robbery after a parole officer recognized the man in a surveillance photo, according to police.

    Brian Richloff, 35, of Manchester, has been charged in the attempted robbery at the First Niagara, located at 344 West Middle Turnpike, at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

    He is accused of handing the teller a note, demanding money, then fleeing without the cash.

    After the parole officer called police, investigators found Richloff on Westland Street in Hartford, took him into custody and charged him with third-degree criminal attempt/robbery and sixth-degree criminal attempt/ larceny.

    He was held on a $100,000 bond and is due in court on Wednesday.

    It’s not clear if he has an attorney.