Police: Convicted felon facing federal charges after robbing Brentwood bank twice

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A previously convicted felon is now facing federal charges after officials with the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force say he robbed a bank in Brentwood twice. 

According to Metro Police, 53-year-old Harry Cunningham robbed the Suntrust Bank at 5030 Thoroughbred Lane on Wednesday morning around 10:40 a.m. and on Saturday. 

Cunningham, of Dickerson Pike, is previously convicted of burglary and theft. He was last convicted of felony theft in May 2018 and sentenced to six years of probation. 

In today’s robbery, police say, Cunningham jumped in front of the customer line and demanded money from the teller. He did not appear to have a weapon. 

Cunningham fled with cash into the parking lot of the bank where he was immediately arrested by Brentwood Police. 

He is currently being held without bond on a violation of probation in the Davidson County Jail. He will face additional federal charges in relation to the two bank robberies in Brentwood. 

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