A Corte Madera man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of robbing the Bank of America a half-mile from his home last month, the Twin Cities Police Department said. Police said fingerprints on a demand note linked the suspect to the crime. Scott Randall Hall, 54, was arrested at his apartment at 1441 Casa Buena Drive around 7:40 a.m. after police got a search warrant, Sgt. Steven Fogle said. Hall was booked for robbery into the Marin County jail under $250,000 bail, Fogle said. Hall is suspected of robbing the bank at 633 Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera on July 25. The suspect gave a teller a demand note and escaped with cash, Fogle said. Hall’s photograph taken by bank surveillance cameras was identified by bank employees and other people who live in the area as the suspect, Fogle said. Fingerprints on a the demand note left at the bank were identified as Hall’s by the California Department of Justice Crime Lab in Sacramento, Fogle said. Hall has past addresses in Hawaii, Fogle said.
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