Police are looking for a man suspected of committing a robbery of a TD Bank in Bellmawr, NJ.
According to Camden County NJ prosecutors, the suspect entered the TD Bank located on Black Horse Pike in Bellmawr and walked up to a bank teller.
After the suspect walked inside the bank, he allegedly gave the bank teller a note demanding an unspecified amount of cash. Once the suspect got cash from the teller, he reportedly ran out of the bank and fled the scene.
According to law enforcement, the suspect did not use a weapon of any kind during the bank robbery.
Bank employees called the Bellmawr Police Department and notified police of the robbery. Bellmawr NJ police officers investigated the theft incident and canvassed the area, but they were unable to find the suspect.
Bellmawr police recently released a description of the suspect, who is described as a man standing 5-feet-5-inches tall. He is reportedly bald and had a beard at the time of the bank robbery.
If investigators eventually identify and capture the suspect, he would be subject to severe penalties. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1, robbery is usually classified as a second degree crime. A conviction on second degree robbery charges could result in a sentence of 5-10 years in NJ State Prison.
Members of the public with information about the Bellmawr NJ bank robbery should call Camden County Prosecutor’s Office detectives at 856-225-8439 or Bellmawr detectives at 856-931-2121.
For additional information about this case, view the NJ.com article entitled “Police Looking for Suspect in Bellmawr Bank Robbery.”