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Suspect, 68, arrested in China Spring bank robbery

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UPDATE: Police have made an arrest in a local bank robbery.

Milton Anglin, 68, was picked up at his home Monday evening in China Spring by Waco Police Department investigators and faces federal charges of bank robbery.

Police say Anglin waited until just before 6 p.m. Friday night when all the customers were gone before walking into the First National Bank of Central Texas at China Spring Highway and Wortham Bend. He showed a handgun to a teller and demanded money, then sped off toward a residential area in a white Chevrolet Impala with dark tinted windows. 

Police say the getaway car was rented. No one was hurt. The robbery and getaway were captured by bank surveillance cameras.

Anglin was founding director of the Christian Men's Job Corps in Waco in 2010, but was asked to leave that agency two years later.   

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Police are searching for the man who robbed 1st National Bank of Central Texas at gunpoint Friday evening.

The bank, located at China Spring Highway and Wortham Bend in China Spring, was robbed just before 6 p.m. Friday night when a man walked into the bank, displayed a handgun and robbed a teller of an unknown amount of money.

The suspect is described as a white man, about 5'7" tall, and weighs about 180 pounds. After the robbery, the suspect fled in a white 4-door Impala with dark tinted windows and low profile wheels. The car was last seen heading into the residential area behind the bank.

Nobody was hurt at the bank.

Update:Waco Police Department Special Crimes Unit have arrested 68-year-old Milton Lewis of China Spring for the Federal Crime of bank robbery. Anglin has been booked into the county jail.
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