Police are investigating whether two recent bank robberies in Fairfield are connected to a series of heists in Greenwich and New Jersey.
The robber carried out a bold daytime heist at the People’s United Bank just a half a block from the Metro-North station before 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
Police on Saturday connected a man spotted wearing a Jets jersey to a pattern of bank robberies going back to last month.
A Staten Island man was charged Tuesday with robbing two banks in his home borough, after an off-duty police officer allegedly caught him in the act.
Police Monday evening were searching for a man who robbed a bank on Staten Island.
Police Sunday were asking for the public’s help in finding a man wanted in connection with two bank robberies in Brooklyn and one in the Bronx.
The robber is described as being a man with a large build, about 5’10″ and 210 pounds, goatee, salt and pepper hair. He was wearing a baseball cap, dark sweater, blue jeans and dark shoes.
The NYPD has launched a search for the man who robbed four banks in the Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant sections of Brooklyn since February of last year.
The NYPD was searching Wednesday evening for the suspect who robbed four different banks around Queens between July and just this past Saturday.
Edward Pride, 49, was convicted in July of successfully holding up a Brooklyn Heights branch of the bank in February 2011.
The suspect was wearing a driving cap, jacket and tie when he robbed the PNC Bank Monday afternoon, police said.
Authorities say a man entered the bank and showed a teller a note that demanded cash and indicated a threat if the teller did not comply.
Connor was wanted for allegedly robbing 10 New York-area banks between September and December of 2011.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a well-dressed suspect responsible for a string of robberies in the city.
Two employees and one customer were present at the time. No injuries were reported.