Des Moines Police Make 2 New Arrests in Bank Robbery Investigation

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Des Moines police say four armed bank robbers are now behind bars.

On July 13, the U.S. Bank at 115 East Euclid Street was held up at gunpoint.

When police arrived on the scene that day they found suspects running from the building. They were able to catch up with two of them but two others got away.

However, Monday police announced that all four suspects are now in custody.

They're identified as Martell Lewis-Douglas, Tyler Carothers, David Lornette and Lenard Poteat.

Lorenette and Poteat were arrested Monday.

Each of them is charged with first-degree robbery.