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Man accused in three armed robberies at same Carrollwood bank

Glenn Fox

Glenn Fox, 49

CARROLLWOOD — A man who robbed the same Carrollwood bank twice in as many months was arrested Thursday after he returned to the bank again, according to Hillsborough County deputies.

Glenn Fox, 49, robbed the Bay Cities Bank, 14877 N Dale Mabry Highway, on April 15 and June 11, deputies said. In both robberies, he ran into the bank wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and a mask like the one used in the movie Scream. He then hopped a counter and threatened a teller with a small knife before fleeing with cash, deputies said.

Thursday morning, Fox returned a third time and began banging on the front doors, deputies said. When he couldn't get inside, he got into a black Pontiac G6 and fled.

A short time later, a deputy spotted the car less than a mile away in front of Palencia Apartments at 3450 Palencia Drive, officials said. The registered owner was Fox's wife, Kelly Fox. Deputies went to the couple's apartment in the complex, where they executed a search warrant and found the mask and sweatshirt believed to have been used in the robberies, officials said.

Glenn Fox was arrested on robbery charges and booked in the Hillsborough County Jail, where he was held without bail.

Man accused in three armed robberies at same Carrollwood bank 08/01/14 [Last modified: Sunday, August 3, 2014 11:30pm]
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