Madeline Mitchell Cincinnati Enquirer Published 4:28 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 A man identified by a homeless shelter was arrested in connection to a US Bank robbery from Sept. 3, according to court records. Aaron Mathis Jr., 66, is being held on a $250,000 bond after police said he entered US Bank at 1116 Main St., passed a note to a bank employee and demanded money. The bank employee gave Mathis $2,200, according to court documents. The incident was captured on security video cameras. Investigators later received video footage from a homeless shelter that showed the same person from the robbery, the documents state. The footage was from the same day of the robbery and Mathis was wearing the same clothes. Mathis was arrested two days after the robbery was reported. SUPPORT JOURNALISM: Subscribe today to get access to all of our coverage Mathis has been charged with robbery, a second-degree felony, and will be seen in court on Sept. 16.