Suffolk Police say that at around 3:42 p.m. Thursday a man handed a teller a note demanding cash. The teller gave him some dough and the man took off, heading east through the bank’s parking lot toward Little East Neck Road, police said.
The suspect, identified by cops as 21-year-old Cornell Neilly, robbed two banks in April and May, police said.
A white male walked into Maspeth Federal Savings Bank on Wednesday at approximately 5:45 p.m., walked up to the teller and passed a note stating that he had a bomb, police said.
The suspect is believe to be between 20- and 26-years-old, approximately 5-feet-8-inches tall with a medium build.
Jean Coughlin, 45, was picked up by police around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday after she tried to hold up a Chase Bank on Grand Boulevard in Deer Park, according to authorities.
Police said a man entered the bank, located at 653 Montauk Highway, on Saturday and handed a teller a note demanding money.
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.
The FBI says the suspect walked into the bank, held a gun to an employee’s back and demanded $20,000 in large bills.
Jack Mannino was released from federal prison last July after serving more than 10 years for a series of bank robberies in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island during a five-month spree in 1999.
Officials say a man walked in, handed a teller a note and demanded money.
Police say a woman walked up to the counter, told the teller she had a gun and demanded money.
Two employees and one customer were present at the time. No injuries were reported.
Police say the suspect ambled up, shoved a customer who was in the middle of a transaction out of the way, and passed a note demanding money.
Police say a man wearing a safari hat walked in to the M&T Bank on Flatbush Avenue on July 26 and gave a teller a note demanding money.
Edward Pemberton told a judge he was “sorry for robbing banks” as he was sentenced Wednesday to six to 12 years in prison.