A would-be robber walked out of a Union City, N.J. bank with thousands of dollars, but authorities said his plans were foiled with a dye pack detonated inside the bag with the money.
Police in Suffolk County arrested a man Tuesday, shortly after he allegedly tried to rob a bank, but walked away with nothing.
The newest defendants are allegedly part of a New York-based cell that swiped $3 million in 10 hours by hitting thousands of ATMs using stolen data from debit cards issued by banks.
The suspect entered the Santander Bank at 1062 Third Avenue around noon and handed the teller a note demanding cash.
The suspect in the August robberies has been identified as Anthony McGee.
Police on Wednesday were searching for a suspect who robbed a bank in the Belmont section of the Bronx last month.
The man indicated that he was armed but did not brandish a weapon, according to a press release issued by the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau.
According to police, the man wanted in the latest hold-up is likely behind an Aug. 28 robbery at the People’s United Bank on Greenwich Avenue and an Aug. 20 robbery at a Wells Fargo in Linden, N.J.
The robber struck a Wells Fargo in Linden on Aug. 20 before hitting a People’s United Bank in Greenwich eight days later.
Metro-North Railroad service on the New Haven line was disrupted during the Wednesday evening commute, as police hunted for a bank robber.
Police said a man walked into a Capital One Bank on Main Street and handed the teller a note demanding money.
One of two men suspected in a string of bank robberies has been arrested following a chaotic scene in Midtown Manhattan Thursday afternoon.
This probably isn’t the type of attention the Jets are looking for.
Even Kerpen of Hicksville faces first and third degree robbery charges.
Police this weekend were asking for the public’s help in finding a robber who held up a bank in Midtown East.