The man is believed to be part of a network attacking banks and cashpoints.Photo: Wikimedia Commons

A 33-year-old Dutch national being sought by German police in connection with an attack on a bank has been arrested in Morocco.

Interpol has issued an arrest warrant for a man suspected of being involved in two armed robberies that robbed him of €186,000 in the German towns of Quist and Gardlingen.

Morocco’s national police said he was detained at Tangier airport on Tuesday after Moroccan and European security agencies worked together to track him down.

He has been extradited to Germany and is expected to face trial for the suspect’s crimes. Authorities believe he is part of a criminal network that has been implicated in several armed robberies and explosive attacks on banks across the country.

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