Philadelphia, PA — The Philadelphia police and the Philadelphia office of the FBI have announced the arrest of a suspected serial bank robber.
Michael Edmondson, 50, of Philadelphia, was taken into custody on March 9, 2018 and has been arrested and charged in connection with bank robberies in the area. Calls are into the Philadelphia police and the FBI looking for more information.
The Citizens Bank branch on Township line Road, Inside the Giant Food store in Haverford Township was robbed at approximately 1 PM on Sunday, February 24, 2019. At that time the Haverford Township police circulated surveillance photographs of the suspect. You can find our original story here.
And have her town robbery. The robber did not show a weapon but alluded that he had one. The Police were looking for a black male, about 5’9” tall with a medium build. He had black hair and a mustache. At that time he was wearing a gray shirt with a blue stripe across the shoulder.
Edmondson is also accused of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank branch on West DeKalb Pike, and upper Merion on February 27, a Wells Fargo bank branch in Bensalem on February 19, 2019
A laundry list of charges awaits Edmondson, who scheduled for his preliminary hearing on March 26. Edmondson's arrest included six robbery charges, four charges of receiving stolen property and at least one simple assault charge.
Federal charges are pending.
Edmondson is awaiting his preliminary hearing and is being held in the A Philadelphia correctional facility on $200,000 bail Where he is required to provide 10% or $20,000 bond in cash or bond.
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