A Texas man was arrested on Wednedsay for allegedly stealing $2,000 dollars from the First National Bank of Gillette.

Preston Selph, 33, was charged with robbery after allegedly passing a note to a bank teller. According to Deputy Chief of Police Brent Wasson, the note requested $2,000 and he was provided with that amount before leaving.

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Selph drove away in a silver Ford Mustang onto eastbound Interstate 90 when Campbell County sheriff's deputies and Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers stopped the vehicle around 9:28 a.m.

They found the note, the $2,000, but no weapon.

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