Police have linked two of four serial bank robbery suspects arrested in Vacaville on Monday to a recent bank robbery in San Ramon, San Ramon police Lt. Dan Pratt said today. The San Ramon robbery was reported on Aug. 4 at the Comerica Bank at 3110 Crow Canyon Place, Pratt said. In that robbery, a man entered the bank armed with a handgun shortly after 1:45 p.m. and robbed it. He was later identified through fingerprints as 20-year-old Vacaville resident Jordan Moore, Pratt said. The second suspect, 21-year-old Vacaville resident Michael Conniff was identified as the getaway driver, Pratt said.
Vacaville police arrested the two men on Monday along with two other suspects, Danielle Jolene Casab, 20, and Sylvester Moore, 37, both of Vacaville. According to Vacaville police Sgt. Jeff King, the group is suspected of committing as many as 10 bank robberies in Northern California. Police identified the suspects last week based on forensic evidence collected at the robbery scenes, King said.
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