Calif. bank robbery suspects fled in limousine

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SAN FRANCISCO, April 26 (Reuters) - San Francisco police arrested a man and woman suspected of robbing a bank and fleeing in style by using a limousine as their getaway car, officials said on Wednesday. Roy Westry and Cynthia Johnson, both recent parolees in their 40s, were pulled over on Tuesday afternoon by police officers alerted to a nearby bank robbery involving a 2006 Cadillac limousine. The vehicle belong to Westry's employer. San Francisco Police Department inspector Dan Gardner ...

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