The Cleveland F.B.I. announced the arrest of a suspected serial bank robber in the Cleveland area.
A spokesperson says early this morning a tip was received indicating suspect Cetric Sumpter was at the Express Inn in Warrensville Heights.
Warrensville Heights Police Department located and arrested Sumpter at approximately 10 a.m. this morning. Sumpter was compliant with the arresting officers.
Sumpter is suspected in multiple bank robberies in the Cleveland and surrounding area.
He is currently in local custody waiting to be transferred over to federal custody.
The F.B.I. said they are confident that his picture being displayed through the various media outlets assisted in receiving this tip. If you ever have information that can help the F.B.I. you can submit your tip by clicking here.
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