Cops: Arlington ATM Robber, Kidnapper Caught in Georgia

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ARLINGTON, TX — He ran, but he couldn't hide. The man wanted for robbing a woman at an Arlington ATM, then stuffing her in the trunk of her own car has been caught in Georgia.

"There was great collaboration between our agency and the U.S. Marshals Service in apprehending 18-year-old Donald Moses. Multiple tips led our detectives to Moses," Arlington PD tweeted Thursday night.

No word on when Moses will be brought back to North Texas.

Police say terrifying surveillance video shows Moses walk up to a woman at a Wells Fargo ATM in the 2000 block of North Collins Street on January 14.

You can see the suspect point a gun in the woman’s face, order her to withdraw cash, then puts her in the trunk.  So scary!

The woman was able to escape unharmed in Euless where she ran to a convenience store and called police.

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