Updated with additional info from BPD.
The TD Bank branch at 391 Market St. in Brighton was held up shortly before 9:50 a.m. by a man who got into an SUV and drove away. A couple minutes later, police stopped the suspect at Washington and Cambridge streets and recovered the money.
Boston Police report arresting Larry Chiles, 59, of Brighton, on a charge of unarmed bank robbery.
Police say they were led to Chiles by the GPS device the alert teller had placed in the money handed to Chiles - along with a couple of dye packs.
Police say that when Chiles, stopped in traffic at the light in front of the Brighton police station, was ordered out of his vehicle, officers noticed a $50 bill sitting on the vehicle floor. The rest of the money was recovered from the front seat, police say.
Even before the arrest, Chiles was in legal trouble - police say he faces outstanding warrants out of Chelsea District Court on charges of receiving stolen property, unlawful possession of a dangerous weapon and driving without a license.