Denville NJ police arrested a man who allegedly robbed the TD Bank in Denville, New Jersey.
According to authorities, the 31-year-old Morris Plains resident entered the TD Bank at 298 East Main Street a short time after the bank opened. The suspect then allegedly approached a cashier and handed over a note demanding money.
After the cashier gave the suspect an envelope filled with cash, the suspect reportedly exited the bank and got into a black, four-door sedan with tinted windows and chrome trim. Police believe that the sedan was used as the getaway vehicle in the heist; the suspect reportedly traveled south on Route 53.
Several law enforcement agencies collaborated on the investigation. Among the agencies taking part in the investigation were the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit, the Denville Police Department, the Morris County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Section, New Jersey State Police, and the FBI.
According to police, surveillance video footage confirms the suspect’s involvement in the robbery.
The suspect has been charged with second degree robbery. If he is convicted on the charges, he could be subject to a sentence of 5–10 years in New Jersey State Prison.
The suspect is currently being held at the Morris County Jail in Morristown NJ on $125,000 bail.
Meanwhile, investigators are still looking for additional information about the alleged robbery. Anyone with information about the incident or the suspect is asked to contact Denville NJ police at 973-627-4900 or Morris County CrimeStoppers at 973-267-2255.
To learn more about this case, check out the NJ.com article entitled “Morris Plains Man Arrested in Denville Bank Robbery.”