Grosse Pointe Woods
Police say the man entered a Charter One on Mack Ave. and Bournemouth at around 5:30 p.m. on Friday. It is unclear if the man had a weapon as he handed a teller a note demanding cash.
The body of Leland Rumph was removed from the trench two days after he was killed while digging a sewer line.
Additional work to support the walls of the collapsed trench are needed before the construction worker can be recovered.
Crews in Grosse Pointe Woods were still working to recover the body of a construction company owner a day after he was buried in a trench collapse.
Leland Rumph was digging a 20-foot deep sewer line for a new home when the earth around him collapsed.
It happened around noon while the man working on digging a sewer line.
Investigators say they retrieved stolen property including electronics, jewelry and two additional vehicles one of which was reported to be stolen.
Grosse Pointe Woods police may have made a break in a series of recent break-ins in eastside communities.
Police said that the man stood in line at the Charter One Bank on Mack Ave. and waited for other customers to be served, then pulled down a ski mask, walked up to the teller and asked for the money.
Officials say a student has been arrested after making a bomb threat at a Wayne County high school.