The man accused of twice robbing the Inland Trust Bank on Spring Road in Elmhurst has been identified, according to the press release from Elmhurst Police Chief Dominic Panico.
The suspect, Carlos M. Vilanova, 49, of Highland Township, Mich., is in jail for a bank robbery he allegedly committed in Milford, Mich.
Police and the FBI believe Vilanova is responsible for robbing Inland Bank, 539 S. Spring Road, and again on Authorities say he also is a suspect in bank robberies in Bensenville on April 2 and in Green Oak Township, Mich., on June 28.
He is currently being held on a $200,000 bond for the Milford robbery. He is cooperating with authorities, and charges are pending for approval in the Elmhurst cases.
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