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January 08. 2013 4:23PM

TD Bank robber makes getaway on a bike in Manchester


Surveillance footage inside the TD Bank at 293 S. Main St., Manchester, of the man police say robbed the branch Tuesday afternoon around 3. (Courtesy)


 

MANCHESTER - Police are searching for the man who robbed TD Bank at S. Main Street Tuesday afternoon, the third time the bank was robbed since Dec. 1.

Investigators think the same man could be responsible for all three robberies, given his description and attire - a hooded sweatshirt with a white bandanna covering his face.

Yesterday's robbery happened about 3 p.m. at the 293 S. Main St. bank.The man entered the bank, demanded money from the teller and then fled out the door, making his escape on a BMX style bicycle or mountain bike.

He is described as a white man in his early to mid 20s, average height and a lean build.  He had short, brown hair and wore a blue jacket with a blue hood, with a small white logo over the left breast area.  The logo may have contained the word "party" in it.

He also wore dark gloves, trim jeans and a light-colored pair of running shoes.

Late in the afternoon on Dec. 17, the same bank was robbed by a man wearing a green Tommy Hilfiger hoodie.  He walked into the bank, demanded money from the teller and then fled with the cash.  He is described as a white man with a short to average build wearing gray pants and gray sneakers.

The first robbery took place at 5:20 p.m. on Dec. 1. As in the other two robberies, the man walked into the bank, demanded money from a teller and then fled out the door with the cash.

He was wearing a gray sweatshirt, blue jeans and white sneakers.

Anyone with information about any of the robberies is asked to call police at 668-8711.  To remain anonymous, call Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.

 


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