A man who allegedly robbed a Waukesha bank while wearing surgical gloves was arrested after police found the gloves outside the bank and DNA on them was matched to the man, Waukesha police said Thursday.
Paul E. Tusa of Sun Prairie told investigators he randomly picked the First Federal Bank, 134 Wisconsin Ave., for the robbery while driving east on I-94 on April 29, police said.
A police officer found the gloves outside the bank. The gloves were sent to the State Crime Laboratory for testing, eventually yielding the match, police said.
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