Pompton Plains Bank Robbery LawyersPequannock New Jersey police were able to connect an incarcerated man to an armed robbery committed in Pompton Plains NJ four years ago.

According to law enforcement, the suspect robbed a customer in the parking lot of the Wachovia Bank, which is located on Route 23 in Pompton Plains, NJ. The theft incident happened in August 2011.

The suspect, along with someone else, reportedly walked up to a customer in the bank’s parking lot. The victim was on about to make a deposit at the bank.

The suspect allegedly flashed a handgun when he ordered the victim to hand over cash.

Once the suspect and his accomplice were in possession of more than $5,000 in cash handed to them by the victim, they reportedly left the scene.

Police conducted an investigation into the theft incident and eventually arrested one individual. However, the other suspect was not identified until recently.

The 32-year-old suspect, who is from Irvington NJ, was already in Northern State Prison in Newark on unrelated charges when police managed to link him to the earlier robbery.

The suspect is now set to face new criminal charges for armed robbery, theft of movable property, unlawful possession of a handgun, and various weapons offenses.

While the charges remain pending, the suspect’s bail was set at $200,000. He is currently in Northern State Prison for his earlier criminal charges.

For further information about this case, see the NJ.com article entitled “Man Charged in 4-Year-Old Armed Robbery.”