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As far as bank robbery suspects go, the guy police say hit a Central Massachusetts credit union last week is hard to miss. Police have issued an arrest warrant for Joseph Naylor, 28, who is suspected of robbing the Leominster Credit Union on Feb. 12. Police said Naylor is 6-foot-7 and weighs 340 pounds. He is believed to be homeless. A suspect described by witnesses as ‘‘very large’’ handed a teller a note demanding money and after being given an undisclosed amount of cash, quickly walked out. He was identified through surveillance images. Lieutenant Michael Goldman told The Sentinel & Enterprise that Naylor is ‘‘well-known to us.’’ (AP)