Jury acquits woman of Shadyside bank robbery

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A woman accused of robbing a Shadyside bank in February has been acquitted on all charges.

A jury on Jan. 9 found Robyn Marie Kitt, 35, not guilty of three robbery charges stemming from the Feb. 14 incident. Police at the time said she showed a black handgun and demanded money from tellers at the First National Bank at 800 S. Aiken Ave.

Police spokeswoman Diane Richard said the bureau had no statement concerning the acquittal. She would not say whether anyone else had been charged.


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