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Bond set for suspects in Demopolis bank robbery

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(Source: Demopolis Police Department) (Source: Demopolis Police Department)
DEMOPOLIS, AL (WSFA) -

Bond has been set at $150,000 each for the two suspects in the robbery of a downtown Demopolis bank on April 22.

Tommie Lee Williams, 48, and Roderick Moore, 49, both of Tuscaloosa, have been charged with second degree robbery, according to Demopolis Police Chief Tommie Reese.

The two men were taken into custody with the help of the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office and Tuscaloosa Police Department.

Just before noon on April 22, an unarmed man entered Robertson Bank and took an unknown amount of money off the counter.

A teller was injured during the robbery after police say the suspect ran over the employee in the process of leaving the bank.

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