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Suspect turns self in to police

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A man has turned himself in to police for the robbery of a financial institution in the spring.

On April 20, a lone male entered the business in the 2200 block of McPhillips Street shortly after lunch and demanded cash. He soon fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

On Thursday, a suspect turned himself in to police.

Gordon Elijah Muller Mackintosh, 22, is charged with robbery with a weapon, and disguise with intent.

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