A suspect wielding a black, semi-automatic handgun has demanded money from tellers at the TD Banks in Bellmawr and Gloucester Twp, and at the BB&T Bank in Lawnside.
By Matt Skoufalos | September 15, 2016
Camden County authorities are seeking a man they say is responsible for the armed robberies of three banks in Bellmawr, Gloucester Township, and Lawnside in the past eight days.
Described as standing about five-feet-eight-inches tall and approximately 150 pounds, the suspect was last seen wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, and a white shirt.
In the photographs provided by law enforcement, he appears to have sustained cuts to his face.
Investigators also said the suspect was seen driving a two-door, black Mitsubishi, possibly a Lancer, with a rear spoiler; a witness reported the partial license plate number “XA 787,” state unknown.
The suspect allegedly first demanded money from a teller at the TD Bank at 601 College Drive in Blackwood around 10:30 a.m. September 6. Eight days later, the same man is believed to have robbed the TD Bank on the Black Horse Pike in Bellmawr and then the BB&T Bank on the White Horse Pike in Lawnside.
In each instance, the man allegedly received an undisclosed amount of cash and fled. No one has been physically injured in any of the attempts, authorities said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact:
- CCPO Det. Vince McCalla (856-225-8569),
- CCPO Det. Tim Houck (856-225-8506),
- Gloucester Township Police Det. Brian Farrell (856-374-5706),
- Bellmawr Police Det. Bill Perna (856- 931-2121, x224), or
- Lawnside Police Detective Mashea Snyder (856-573-6205).
Information may also be emailed to email@example.com.
Anyone encountering the suspect is urged to call 9-1-1 immediately, and to not attempt to apprehend him.
All information provided by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.
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