An Indiana man believed to have robbed five banks in two states was arrested this week in Michigan, authorities said.
Dennis Carl Love, 59, was arrested during a traffic stop after he attempted to rob a PNC Bank in Martin, Mich., according to the Kosciusko County Sheriffs Department.
Love, who lives in South Bend, has been linked to five bank robberies in Michigan and Indiana that began during the summer, police said.
Police said Love committed five robberies and attempted two others with a handgun, though a weapon was not brandished.
Kosciusko County sheriffs detectives and the county prosecutor are working with Michigan officials to charge Love in the July 12 bank robbery at Farmers State Bank in Leesburg, authorities said.