WICHITA, Kansas - Wichita police say they have made an arrest in both Dillons Intrust Bank robberies.
On Monday, the store at 31st and Seneca was robbed for the second time.
The first robbery happened back on Oct. 9.
William Garland Callison, 44, was arrested for both and is facing several charges.
Police found him at 4611 South Broadway.
Police believe Callison handed the teller a note that demanded money but did not show a weapon in either robbery.
After he got some money, he walked out.
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