Detectives arrested an 80-year-old man Saturday for the armedrobbery of a branch of the $154 million Pyramid Federal CreditUnion in Tucson, Ariz.

What’s more, authorities are investigating whether the accusedarmed robber was allegedly involved in a multimillion-dollar jeweltheft and bank robbery in Arizona in 1981. He also wasreportedly convicted of embezzlement in 1966 when he worked for aChicago bank as a teller, according to an Associated Pressarticle.

Tucson Police Department detectives said Robert Francis Krebswas armed with a weapon and demanded money from a teller at thecredit union’s branch on North Oracle Road on Friday at about 4p.m. After the teller gave Krebs an undisclosed amount of cash, heran from the credit union.

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