An Ulster County man is behind bars for allegedly robbing a local Key Bank.

On Monday around 2:45 p.m., Kingston police responded to a robbery at the Key Bank on Wall Street in Kingston. Police were told a man entered the bank, demanded cash and exited the bank from the rear entrance. No weapon was displayed and no one was injured, police say.

During their investigation, police developed Bradley J. Cook as a potential person of interest. Cook was found later that evening and arrested.

Cook, 27, from Kingston was charged with third-degree robbery.

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