Three people arrested for allegedly robbing a bank in Ware

They are being held without bail

WARE, Mass. (WWLP) – A man and two women are being held without bail for allegedly robbing the Monson Saving’s bank branch on West Street in Ware Saturday. They will be taken to Belchertown Monday morning.

The suspects will be able to plead in Eastern Hampshire District Court to bank robbery charges that include being allegedly masked during the robbery.

The robbery happened just before 1 o’clock Saturday afternoon, a man with a mask and a gun robbed the Monson Savings Bank on West Street.

Ware police officer Daniel Clark told 22News, one of the women arrested, 22 year old Frances Deleon, lives in Feeding Hills.

The second woman, 30 year old Jahira Flores, lives in Springfield.

33-year-old Edgardo Rivera also told Ware police that he lives in Springfield.

Officer Clark said they got away with some money from the bank branch. The amount is still unclear.

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