UPDATE: Police Collar Suspect in Haddonfield Bank Robbery


Daniel Weary of Philadelphia is charged in an April 6 armed robbery at the Republic Bank in Haddonfield.

Republic Bank robbery suspect. Credit: Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

By Matt Skoufalos | April 7, 2019

UPDATE: April 14, 2019:  A 27-year-old Philadelphia man was charged Saturday in connection with the April 6 robbery of the Republic Bank in Haddonfield.

Daniel Weary, 27, was charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

According to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO), Weary was arrested April 12 in Philadelphia on unrelated charges, and is awaiting extradition to the Camden County Jail.

“The investigation is ongoing,” CCPO noted.

All persons charged with criminal offenses are presumed innocent unless and until found guilty in a court of law. An arrest is not a conviction.


Authorities are looking for help identifying the suspect in a bank robbery that occurred April 6 in downtown Haddonfield.

According to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO), a suspect dressed in “a black, burqa-style dress that covered his face” brandished a handgun at the teller.

The suspect was given an undisclosed sum of cash, and then fled the scene. No one was physically harmed in the incident.

This isn’t the first time a suspect has used traditional garb to disguise himself in a bank robbery.

Republic Bank Robbery Suspect. Credit: Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

In 2014, a similar outfit was employed in robberies of the Audubon Beneficial Bank and Audubon Savings Bank.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call CCPO Det. Dennis Convery at 856-225-8400, Haddonfield Police Det. Danielle Mueller at 856-429-4700 ext. 252, or to e-mail ccpotips@ccprosecutor.org.

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