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Friday, November 25, 2016

Serial Bank Robbery Suspect Caught In Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) — The serial bank robbery suspect who had previously hit seven Baltimore-area banks is now in police custody, according to the FBI.

The serial bank robbery suspect was taken into custody without incident in Ocean City, Maryland, around 2:30 p.m.

“It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when someone calls in and says this is who it is and then we’ll go get this guy off the streets,” said Assistant Special Agent Scott Hinckley.

The string of robberies started October 19th at BB&T Bank in Pikesville. Soon after, the suspect hit banks in Parkville, Harbor East, Fells Point, and Locust Point.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

They used to have armed guards in banks.

Anonymous said...

Yes and banks used to have real money in them.
Now they have only Federal Reserve "notes" Debt.

Anonymous said...

Could he possibly be the same person who robbed the Shore Bank (now Xenith Bank) on S. Salisbury Blvd. earlier this year, dressed as a construction worker? That robbery is still unsolved.

Anonymous said...

Of course he came to OC to hide out. He saw the mayor's ads in the inner city, and by now everybody knows thugs are a protected species on the boardwalk. Thanks, Rick.

Anonymous said...

black guy committing a crime , that's rare , have mercy on him. NOT!!!!

Anonymous said...

Bravo to the LEO'S / FBI for nabbing him. Hopefully the bad guy won't get pardoned by Obama and be back on the streets.