Missouri men charged in credit union robbery

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ Prosecutors have charged two men in the robbery of a Columbia credit union.

Twenty-seven-year-old Vicente Soto and 23-year-old Joshua Harrington were charged with second-degree robbery Thursday.

Police say the men robbed the Missouri Credit Union on Wednesday. They say the men were unarmed and wore bandanas over their heads. An undisclosed amount of money was taken. Police say the men led authorities on a chase before their arrest.

They say Harrington is also a suspect in June and August bank robberies.

An assistant Boone County prosecutor says she expects additional charges to be filed.

It wasn’t immediately available if Soto and Harrington have lawyers.

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