A suspect in the recent armed robbery of a Woodland Park bank has been arrested.
The bank robbery occurred at the TD Bank branch located at 1235 McBride Avenue in Woodland Park, New Jersey. According to authorities, the suspect walked into the bank around 9:45 a.m., approached a bank teller, and handed her a note. The note reportedly stated that the suspect had a handgun and that he would shoot the clerk unless she handed over cash.
After the bank employee gave the suspect roughly $500 from behind the counter, the suspect allegedly ran out of the building, got into a motor vehicle, and left the scene.
Although the bank robber used a hooded sweatshirt to conceal his face during the theft incident, a TD Bank employee was able to provide law enforcement with a detailed description of both the suspect and the card he used to drive away after the robbery.
Woodland Park cops were on the lookout for the suspect near the intersection of McBride Avenue and Glover Avenue when the saw his car pass by. The police officers pulled over the suspect s vehicle and placed the suspect under arrest.
The suspect, a 30-year-old Paterson NJ resident, has been charged with multiple crimes, including robbery and terroristic threats.
After being arrested and charged, the suspect was taken to the Passaic County Jail in Paterson, New Jersey.
For more information about this case, access the TAPinto.net article, “Woodland Park Police Arrest Man They Say Held Up TD Bank.”