WICHITA FALLS — The man suspected of robbing First Texoma National Bank Wednesday has been identified and was arrested in Wichita Falls.

WICHITA FALLS — The man suspected of robbing First Texoma National Bank Wednesday has been identified and was arrested in Wichita Falls.


Stephen Landon Mack, 27, was arrested early Thursday at a Wichita Falls hotel, said Wichita Falls Police Sgt. Harold McClure. Police arrested Mack on a robbery warrant; he is suspected of robbing a Wichita Falls bank on July 16.


Police also suspect, that in addition to the two Texas bank, Mack robbed and a bank in Lawton, Okla., according to a report from The Oklahoman. Sherman Police served Mack a warrant Thursday afternoon for robbery, said Sherman Police Sgt. D.M. Hampton. Mack will likely be arraigned in Wichita Falls and not brought to Sherman, Hampton said.


Wichita Falls police officers searched Mack’s hotel room, Hampton said, and found a "great amount" of cash that is believed to be from the banks he robbed. A woman, who is Mack’s wife or girlfriend was also arrested at the scene, but Hampton said he did not know what charges she is facing, if any.


Because Mack’s suspected crimes span different cities and states, the FBI is leading the investigation.


Social media and tips from the public aided Sherman PD in their investigation, Hampton said.