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PNC Bank in Marmora Robbed, Suspect at Large

 

By Harry B. Scheeler Jr.

MARMORA— The PNC bank on Roosevelt Boulevard was robbed at 1:15 p.m. on Monday, July 27, according to state police.
Troopers from the Woodbine station were dispatched to the scene for a man observed entering the bank with a mask. While troopers were en-route they received a hold up alarm, according to reports.
According to state police a white male entered the bank and announced a robbery. The subject did not brandish a weapon or present any type of note. He did depart with an undisclosed amount of United States currency in a black bag.
The male subject was wearing a red Philadelphia Phillies t-shirt with “CHAMPS” printed across the chest in white. He wore baggy dark pants and dark colored work boots.
This robbery is under investigation by the New Jersey State Police at the Woodbine Station and the FBI.
Anyone with information may contact the NJSP Woodbine Station at (609)861-5698. Anonymous information will be accepted.
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