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* Jordan Moore, Danielle Casab, Sylvester Moore and Michael Conniff arrested for alleged 10 bank robberies

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Vacaville police arrested four suspects today in connection with two bank robberies in the city in late July. The arrests came after San Francisco police passed on a tip regarding the suspects’ location, Vacaville police Sgt. Jeff King said. Vacaville police said the suspects might be responsible for as many as 10 bank robberies in Northern California, and several local and federal law enforcement agencies have been investigating the robberies and trying to locate the suspects.

The Vacaville bank robberies include the Wells Fargo bank at 3061 Alamo Drive on July 25 and the Chase Bank on July 19. Both banks are in the same shopping center and the two robberies are related, King said. Police identified the suspects last week based on forensic evidence collected at the robbery scenes, King said. Police said they believe the evidence will connect all four suspects to the Vacaville robberies.

Police then obtained arrest warrants but could not locate the suspects until they received a tip from the San Francisco Police Department, King said. Jordan Michael Moore, 19, and Danielle Jolene Casab, 20, both of Vacaville, were arrested at 6:30 a.m. today in front of their apartment in the 6800 block of Leisure Town Road, police said. Sylvester Moore, 37, of Vacaville, was also arrested at the scene for a parole violation, police said.

Moore lived with the other two suspects in the apartment the trio moved into last week, police said. Michael Conniff, 21, of Vacaville, a suspect in a bank robbery in another jurisdiction, also was arrested at the apartment, police said.

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