A Bryan man has been arrested in connection with Friday's Bank of America robbery.
Police say David Pennington, 37, was arrested Saturday morning after investigators received information identifying him as the suspect.
According to police reports, Pennington's sister had confronted him about the robbery, and once he admitted to the crime, she called police.
Pennington has been charged with robbery and is being held on a $100,000 bond.
Police say Pennington walked into the Bank of America on University Drive in College Station Friday afternoon.
That is when he allegedly handed a teller a note demanding money. Court documents state Pennington got away with $300.
Police say Pennington did not display a weapon and no one was injured.
According to police reports your calls also helped solve this crime.
Police say one of Pennington's former neighbors called police after she identified him from the pictures we showed you.
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