21-year-old accused of several bank robberies across Wake County arrested in New Jersey

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- A man accused of robbing multiple banks across Wake County was arrested in New Jersey, according to Raleigh Police Department.

Dominic Glenn, 21, is charged in at least three robberies that occurred in Raleigh--one on February 18 at the Wells Fargo on Spring Forest Road, one on February 22 at the Wells Fargo on Clark Avenue and one on Feb. 22 at the Wells Fargo on Fairview Road. The latter two robberies happened within 20 minutes of each other.

Two other robberies happened on the same day, February 22, in Cary and Morrisville. Raleigh Police Department said the robberies were connected. However, Morrisville said Glenn is not yet facing charges. The Cary Police Department said Glenn will be charged for the robbery there as well.

On Tuesday, officers also investigated a blue Ford Mustang next to an apartment building near NC State University after suspects eluded Cary Police in a chase.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation assisted in the case. It is unclear if investigators believe there are other suspects at this time.

Glenn was arrested without incident on a fugitive warrant.

Anyone with information is asked to call Raleigh CrimeStoppers at (919)834-HELP. The investigation is still ongoing.

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