AGAIN: ''Posted'' Fifth Third bank inside Kroger robbed


Police Arrest Suspect In Loveland Bank Robbery

Police have arrested a Batavia man as a suspect in Thursday's bank robbery in Loveland.

Police said 37-year-old David Sharp came to the Fifth Third bank inside the Kroger store on Loveland-Madiera Road Thursday morning and passed a note to the teller demanding cash.

The teller complied and the suspect fled the scene in his car.

A Clermont County deputy spotted that car about an hour later and sharp was arrested without incident.

Police recovered all the cash that was stolen.

Although this Kroger store recently removed their no-guns signs, Fifth Third bank has resisted requests to remove theirs.

Just three days before, a criminal in Middletown entered a Kroger that had yet to remove its "no guns" signs to rob the posted Fifth Third Bank branch inside. That Kroger has since removed the signs, although the bank branch has not.

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