West Mifflin looking for bank robbery suspect


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Police are looking for Brian Rohrbaugh, the Pittsburgh man they believe is responsible for the Saturday robbery of a Citizen's Bank inside a Giant Eagle on Mountain View Drive in West Mifflin.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Mr. Rohrbaugh, 30, but the police did not find him at his home, according to a West Mifflin dispatcher.

Police "received multiple calls from the Pittsburgh area who positively identified [Mr. Rohrbaugh]," according to the dispatcher.

Police are working on multiple leads.

Detective Scott Priestly said a suspect robbed the bank at about 12:30 p.m. He said the suspect left with an undetermined amount of cash and got into a four-door sedan with two other people inside.

It is not clear if the suspect had any accomplices.

West Mifflin police say he handed over a note demanding money. During the robbery, no one saw the suspect pull out a weapon, according to the dispatcher.

The gold Chevy Cavalier the suspect fled in was found earlier today with evidence of an exploded dye pack, according to police.

Mr. Rohrbaugh is charged with robbery, terroristic threats, criminal conspiracy, threat to use weapons of mass destruction and theft by unlawful taking, according to the dispatcher. The FBI and West Mifflin police are investigating.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact West Mifflin Police at 412-461-3125.

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First Published April 20, 2013 10:00 PM


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