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Niu Tupuivaha Halatoa Wanted for Alleged Bank Robbery in Castro Valley


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The Alameda County Sheriff’s Department is currently seeking Niu Tupuivaha Halatoa on a warrant charging him with an alleged robbery. According to deputies, on 09/16/2014, about 1800 hours, a male suspect entered the Fremont Bank branch located at 3549 Castro Valley Boulevard in Castro Valley.

The robber ordered the two bank tellers to lead him to the vault and open it, threatening to shoot them if they did not comply. After holding the tellers against their will for over 15 minutes, the robber fled the bank with a large amount of cash prior to the arrival of law enforcement.

During investigation, it was determined one of the bank tellers had been involved in the plot to rob the bank. The bank teller has been arrested and is currently in-custody for the robbery. The male suspect has been allegedly identified as Niu Tupuivaha Halatoa.

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