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Raleigh Bank Robbery Suspects Arrested

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Surveillance tape from Centura Bank shows the two robbers, one of them holding a gun to a bank customer's head. (WRAL-TV5 News)
RALEIGH — By the time police caught up with the three men suspected of robbing a Raleigh Centura Bank Tuesday, there was a fourth man taken into custody.

Three men have been charged with armed robbery. They are 26-year-old Timothy Neal Prince, 27-year-old Yusef Robinson, and 19-year-old Julien Stuart Christie.

Two of them allegedly robbed the bank and the third drove the get-away car. After jumping from the blue Pontiac Trans Am they were riding in, the three hid out in a nearby home.

A fourth man, 35-year-old Mark Davis, is charged with accessory after the fact. He's accused of helping the other three hide out.