Police this weekend were asking for the public’s help in finding a robber who held up a bank in Midtown East.
Kathleen Ricigliano and Joe Valinoti are looking for answers. The Sovereign Bank customers could have cashed out big, but chose not to do so.
Police this weekend were asking for help from the public in finding a man who held up a bank in Murray Hill.
Edward Pride, 49, was convicted in July of successfully holding up a Brooklyn Heights branch of the bank in February 2011.
Chung is accused of faxing a threatening letter to an attorney and loss prevention official at a Sovereign Bank in Pottsville, Pa. over a home equity loan dispute.
In exclusive video obtained by CBS 2, suspect Cornell Neilly is seen at work in a bank, passing a note, getting cash and then taking off. He’s allegedly done it so well, he is now one of the NYPD’s most wanted.
The suspect is believe to be between 20- and 26-years-old, approximately 5-feet-8-inches tall with a medium build.
Prosecutor Brian Hayward said Charles Burnett was carrying a duffle bag stuffed with $10,000 in cash and had two hotel room keys with him when he was arrested.
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.
After striking seven times since December in New York City, it appears the “holiday bandit” has crossed state lines.
The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 6′ to 6’2″’ tall, about 35-years-old and around 200 lbs.