Hull man charged over two bank robberies in two days

A man has been charged in connection with two bank robberies in Hull.

Humberside Police said money was stolen from Yorkshire Bank on Princes Avenue on 5 February, and from NatWest on Hessle Road on 6 February.

Officers have appealed for the return of a "significant quantity of cash".

A 42-year-old man from Hull is due to appear before magistrates on Monday, charged with robbery, common assault and failing to provide a drugs sample for testing.

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