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Robbery, February 25, 2011
Suspect 7567 : Captured
Gender: male
Build: medium
Complexion: light
Height: medium
Bank Robbery - Foxborough - 2/25/11
Suspect#1
Robbery - Case No. 110111
February 25, 2011
Foxborough : Foxborough Federal Savings

Case Details:
Suspect#1 observed walking through Bank parking lot by off duty Detective, Desc 5'7"-5'10", wearing black wool hat with visor pulled down, black jacket with hood, blk jersey with eagle type emblem on front, dungarees,dark work boots, black long hair shoulder length, blk goatee and mustache. Suspect handed note to teller demanding money. Supect fled Bank out front door, crossed street and went behind block of stores to parking lot.

Suspect#2 captured on Bank surveillance camera on Tues 2/22/11, at 2:11 PM entered bank walked only a short distance into Bank looking around all walls, exited Bank front door. Second person has been identified and cleared of any involvement.

Suspect matches description on Mass Most Wanted cases in Easton, Ma #110003 on 12/23/09, and Saugus, Ma #090886 on 12/29/10.

A taskforce involving police from Somerset, Foxboro, Medfield, Sandwich, and the FBI began working on the connected robberies. A tip was received after Somerset supplied its bank photos to the press. The tip identified the male by name. Investigators were able to locate the male and arrest him as he exited a bus in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Foxborough Police Dept: (508) 543-1212 x 262
Investigator: Det. Tom Kirrane
Case Submission No.: 110111

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