Authorities arrest Yukon man who robbed a bank dressed as a nun

Oklahoma City police and FBI agents arrested a man Friday they say robbed a bank while dressed as a nun. Kyle Robert Richard, 27, of Yukon, was arrested at 10 a.m. Friday in Mustang. Richard faces federal bank robbery charges.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: December 13, 2013 at 7:54 pm •  Published: December 13, 2013
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Oklahoma City police and FBI agents arrested a man Friday they say robbed a bank while dressed as a nun.

Kyle Robert Richard, 27, of Yukon, was arrested at 10 a.m. Friday in Mustang, FBI agents said. Richard is accused of robbing Yukon National Bank, 235 S Yukon Parkway, on Tuesday morning.

The FBI reported that during the robbery, “the subject wore an old woman's mask with what appeared to be a nun's habit.”

The robber drove away in a black four-door car with chrome wheels. Authorities didn't disclose how much money was stolen.

Authorities were able to track down Richard thanks to a vehicle description and license plate number given by a witness at the bank, the FBI reported.

Richard was taken to the Grady County jail, where he will be held until his initial appearance in federal court, authorities said. He was taken to Grady County because federal agents have an agreement with that county to hold detainees.


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