The FBI and Philadelphia police are trying to identify two bank robbers involved in unrelated heists in the Northeast last week.
A serial bank robber was ordered last Wednesday to serve 10 years in federal prison for targeting four banks, including one in the Northeast.
Police caught the alleged culprit in a very low-budget bank robbery last week by stopping his getaway vehicle — a SEPTA bus — and taking him into custody.
A bank robber struck for the second time on the same stretch of Welsh Road in the Northeast on June 7.
Philadelphia police and the FBI are investigating a pair of unrelated bank robberies in the Northeast recently.
Update: On Feb. 26, police announced the arrest of Dorren Mills in North Philadelphia. He has been charged with three bank robberies including TD Bank at 6635 Frankford Ave. on Feb. 10. He remains a suspect in additional robberies.
A correction about the Port Richmond Memorial Day parade; armed suspect wanted for two robberies in River Wards, and more neighborhood news in brief.