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UPDATE: IC Man Accused of 3 Robberies

IOWA CITY, IA (CBS2/FOX28) -- A man already accused of two robberies is now accused of a third.

Officers were called to the Hills Bank on Muscatine Ave. just after 12:30 Monday afternoon. Witnesses say a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and mask robbed the bank and ran toward the Hy-Vee on First Avenue. They say he did not have a weapon.

The Iowa City Police Department now says 30-year-old Antoinne Davis robbed the Hills Bank and they also connected him to the robbery of the University of Credit Union on July 17th. Investigators used surveillance video to find Davis and say he admitted to both robberies.

Tuesday, Johnson County investigators charged Davis with a third robbery, at the Hills Bank in Hills on August 1st. Federal court documents show Davis pleaded guilty to robbing that same bank back in January 2006. Davis served time in prison for that crime, and was transferred to the Gerald R. Hinzman Center in Cedar Rapids on May 31, 2012.

A second man, Jamarcus Knox, was also arrested and charged with driving the getaway car during the most recent bank robbery in Hills.

Both men are now in the Johnson County Jail.
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