Police Release Photos of Bank Robber

Photos provided by Paterson Police Department


PATERSON, NJ - City police have released security camera photos taken of the man who robbed a 21st Aevnue bank on Monday.

Police say the suspect handed a teller at a 6th Ward bank a threatening note Monday afternoon and robbed about $8,400 in cash.

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The robbery happened at 4:13 pm at the TD Bank at 330 21st Avenue, police said.

The suspect's note said he had a gun, but he did not show a weapon during the robbery, Reyes said. Authorities were able to provide very litte description of the suspect, other than to say he was a blacl man in his early 20s.

Authorities are asking that anyone who may recognize the robber contact the detective bureau at 973-321-1120.



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