Moblie Police catch man they believe robbed Hancock Bank on Thursday

Gregory Owens
Mobile Police apprehended 55-year-old Gregory Owens for a Thursday morning bank robbery.(Mobile Metro Jail)


Mobile Police have apprehended the man they say is seen on security camera footage robbing a local bank on Thursday morning.

According to officials, 55-year-old Greg Owens walked into the Hancock Bank on Demetropolis Road, just before 10:30 a.m. Police say, Owens presented a gun and slipped a bank teller a note demanding cash.

As he exited the building, a red dye pack went off, covering the money and the suspect.

Police located Owens Thursday around 10:30 p.m. at at the Warren Inn located at 6501 Airport Boulevard.

Owens is charged with first-degree robbery, violation of parole and and forbidden carry of a handgun. Owens has a storied history of charges related to theft, robbery and burglary that dates as far back as 1982, according to jail records. He is currently being held custody in Mobile Metro Jail, with no current word of the possibility of bond.


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