A man suspected in two attempted robberies and one successful robbery was arrested on Wednesday after witness information lead to his location, authorities said.
Tucson police officers arrested Kyle Reid,32, whom they believe was involved in the attempted robberies. Two of the incidents were committed on Dec.7 and Dec.8, according to the department Facebook page.
On Dec. 20, Reid attempted to rob a Compass Bank in central Tucson and a witness was able to give officers a vehicle description and partial license plate of the suspect.
A K-9 unit officer was able to locate a residential address from the information provided which later led officers to arrest Reid.
According to the post, officers also obtained evidence that matched the description of the suspect on video camera footage. A blond-grey wig, gloves, women's sunglasses and makeup were taken from the residence.