NY Man Allegedly Robbed Banks in Bergen County, New Jersey
A NY man has been charged with robbery in connection with recent thefts at banks located in Bergen County, NJ.
According to prosecutors, the suspect committed the theft offenses at TD Bank branches in Fort Lee and Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey. He was later apprehended by police officers who reportedly caught him in the process of committing yet another robbery at a bank in Englewood, New Jersey.
The suspect allegedly robbed TD Bank branches in Fort Lee and Hasbrouck Heights while wearing a disguise to conceal his identity. In both robbery attempts, the suspect allegedly passed a note to a bank teller and demanded cash. Police reportedly found him wearing a disguise when he was captured outside the TD Bank in Englewood, NJ.
The suspect, a 41-year-old Manhattan NY man, faces criminal charges for robbery and theft movable property.
If the suspect is convicted on the most serious charges of bank robbery, he would be subject to severe penalties that include up to 20 years in prison.
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For more information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Man Charged in 2 Bergen Bank Robberies Was Caught During 3rd Alleged Heist.”