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Roger Allen Lockridge, 53, suspected of being one of two men who robbed 11 Los Angeles area banks wearing various disguises, has been arrested at his Glendale home and booked on one charge of bank robbery, authorities said. The bandits, who dressed as priests, construction workers, businessmen and the Marx Brothers comedy team, allegedly robbed the banks of $380,000 over a 2 1/2-year period, FBI spokesman Jim Neilson said. Authorities have identified the second suspect in the case as Lockridge’s older brother, Lawrence, 56. Sheriff’s deputies said authorities were preparing a federal warrant for his arrest.


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