Holland robbery suspect arrested

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Macatawa Bank robbery suspect

HOLLAND, Mich. – A Meijer service counter was robbed Friday morning and the suspect may be the same person responsible for a bank robbery in the same area earlier this week.

The store at the corner of 16th Street and Waverly was robbed Friday about 9:00am.  Monday, at about the same time, the Macatawa Bank at 699 E. 16th Street, very close to the Meijer was also robbed.

Police say the man entered the store and passed a note at the service counter demanding cash. He implied that he had a weapon, but no weapon was seen.  He fled the scene on a bicycle.

Holland Police say after this morning’s robbery, they were able to identify a 59-year-old suspect. They got a search warrant for his residence and have arrested him for the Meijer robbery.  They are investigating him for other robberies, including the Macatawa Bank robbery and a recent  robbery at the Speedway gas station.


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  • Bruce

    This proves that no matter what our elected officials would like for us to believe in all their hard work dedicated to working for the people, the benefits of public office far outweighs this so called ” hard work”.. What a joke, and things need to change. We are being robbed

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