PORTLAND -- Police have arrested a man accused of robbing a Portland bank.
Authorities say 25-year-old Timothy Chapek walked into a U.S. Bank branch and demanded money. Responding officers saw a man matching his description board a MAX light-rail train. Police say they stopped the train and he was arrested without incident.
Police say they've recovered the undisclosed sum of stolen money.
Chapek was arrested for trespassing in March, 2011 after he called 911 from the bathroom of a Portland home he had broken into. He was arrested in May, 2011 for breaking into a Portland Papa John's restaurant, drinking some soda and taking some mail.
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