26-year-old who shot teller during Harlingen bank robbery charged
A bank robber who shot a teller in Harlingen on Friday was arraigned.
Police say 26-year-old Mohamed Pathe Bah robbed a Texas Regional Bank located on the 2000 block of South Business 77 at 9:45 a.m.
A caller told officials Pathe Bah, who wore a mask at the time, shot a teller and demanded money from another. He then fled the scene on a bicycle. Authorities were able to locate and apprehend him a short time later.
The teller who was shot was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to police. The teller has since been released from the hospital.
Pathe Bah was charged with aggravated robbery. A judge set his bond at $750,000.
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