A Berlin man, who was previously arrested for a bank robbery in Southington, was arrested again Monday for a bank robbery in Kensington last November.
Robert Armstrong, 35, was arrested in connection with a bank robbery at the UBI Federal Credit Union on Chamberlain Highway on Nov. 19.
According to an arrest warrant, on Dec. 3, Armstrong entered the Farmington Savings Bank branch on Center Street in Southington and demanded money from the teller.
Police said no weapons were ever displayed or implied during any of the bank robberies.
Armstrong turned himself in to Southington police on Jan. 7.
He appeared at New Britain Superior Court Monday where he was arrested by the Berlin Police Department. Armstrong is being held on a $15,000 bond.
Police said he was also wanted in connection with a Bristol bank robbery.
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