Police: Connecticut man robbed Nashua bankBy PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader
December 06. 2017 12:20AM
NASHUA — Police are looking for a Connecticut man they believe robbed a TD Bank branch in Nashua on Monday.
According to Nashua police Lt. Craig Allard, at 1:36 p.m. Monday police responded to a TD Bank branch at 10 Gusabel Ave. to investigate a report of a robbery.
Police said a man entered the bank, passed a note to a teller and demanded money. The man later fled with an undisclosed amount of cash in a red pickup truck with Connecticut registration 730ZYN.
According to police, Connecticut officals confirmed the plate does not come back registered to a red pickup truck.
Nashua detectives identified the robber as Zachary Provost, 32, whose last known residence is listed in Connecticut. An arrest warrant was obtained charging Provost with robbery. According to police, Provost is also wanted in connection with crimes committed in Connecticut last week.
Provost is described as a white male, standing 6-feet 3 inches tall, weighing 175 pounds with blue eyes, brown hair and a goatee. He has multiple tattoos, including a star on both the right and left side of his neck, and was last seen wearing a CAT ball cap, an American Eagle-brand hooded sweatshirt, jeans and boots.
The red pickup truck is a single cab style with a back rack guard.
There were no reported injuries during the robbery.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Provost or the red pickup truck involved are asked to call their local police, the Nashua Police Department at 594-3500 or the Nashua Crime Line at 589-1665.