The man arrested last week who was accused of robbing the same bank twice is a free man.
The INTRUST Bank branch inside Dillons near 31st Street South and Seneca was robbed twice last month, on October 9 and October 28. Acting on a Crime Stoppers tip, last Thursday officers arrested 44-year-old William Callison at his place of employment: Payday Motors in the 4600 block of South Broadway.
But his employer says he's innocent, and has security video showing that Callison was at work when the last robbery occurred.
"Seven years, hard worker, shows up every day for work," Tucker said. "We trust him with our money to make deposits."
Callison was released from jail on Friday, the day after he was arrested, but he said the experience has left him shaken.
"I'm scared", Callison said. "You need to get your story straight or your eyes checked because I didn't do it.
Wichita Police Captain Brent Allred tells KAKE News that Callison has not been cleared. Allred said they're waiting for more forensic tests to come back, and released Callison pending those results.
Police are also checking to make sure the time stamp on the surveillance video is accurate.