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CONCORD, N.C. -- Police have apprehended the man they say is responsible for robbing a bank Monday morning in Concord.

Around noon on Monday, police say 46-year-old Roger Keith Lunsford robbed the State Employees Credit Union in the 500 block of Lake Concord Road NE.

Concord Police say Lunsford displayed a handgun, jumped the counter and removed money from register drawers, then placed the money into a small black bag and fled the scene by walking to an adjacent parking lot behind the bank.

Police say Lunsford then left the area in a black 4-door Mercedes Benz heading down Branchview Drive to Copperfield Boulevard, then making a left onto Roxie Street before crashing the car near the intersection of Copperfield Boulevard and Roxie Street, then continued to flee.

Lunsford is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was booked in to the Gaston County Jail under a $500,000 bond. Officials say Lunsford is currently on federal probation for a previous bank robbery charge.

No shots were fired during the course of the robbery, officials say, and no one was injured.

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