According to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, 37-year-old Bernard Herman has been linked to three separate robberies-by-note of the Oaklyn branch, including two this month and another in 2016.
By Matt Skoufalos | April 22, 2018
A Haddon Township man has been charged in connection with three separate robberies of the Oaklyn TD Bank dating as far back as 2016.
Authorities say Bernard Herman, 37, was arrested without incident, and is being held at the Camden County Jail pending a pretrial hearing.
According to a statement from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO), an investigation of Herman’s apartment led detectives to connect him to the April 15 and April 20, 2018 robberies-by-note of the branch as well as a third in January 2016.
Herman was charged with three counts of robbery.
In each instance, he is alleged to have passed a note to the teller demanding cash, which he received, and then fled.
No one was physically injured in any of the alleged robberies.
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An arrest is not a conviction.
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