Man charged in two Louisville bank robberies

Man charged in two Louisville bank robberies
David Hobbs is accused of robbing two banks in Louisville. (Source: LMDC)
David Hobbs is accused of robbing two banks in Louisville. (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A man was arrested Monday for allegedly robbing two banks in Louisville last week.

David Hobbs, 49, is charged with two counts of robbery.

On June 7, Hobbs entered Old National Bank on Shelbyville Road, indicated he was armed, demanded money and got away with cash, according to his arrest report. The report also states he did the same thing at BB&T Bank on Whittington Parkway on June 9.

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After the June 7 robbery, employees at Old National Bank on Hurstbourne Parkway said Hobbs went there on the same day to exchange small bills for large bills. He was recognized as a regular customer and employees noticed he was wearing the same shirt seen on the suspect from the earlier robbery.

Police said Hobbs was wearing the same shoes during the BB&T robbery that he wore during the Old National Bank robbery.

David Hobbs' bond is set at $10,000.

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