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SEEN HIM? Surveillance Image Released Of Man Who Robbed Hackensack Bank Of Nearly $950

Anyone who might have seen something or who recognizes the man or car in the photos is asked to call Hackensack police: (201) 646-7777.7.
Anyone who might have seen something or who recognizes the man or car in the photos is asked to call Hackensack police: (201) 646-7777.7. Photo Credit: COURTESY: Hackensack PD

Hackensack police were searching for a man who robbed a TD Bank branch of nearly $950 Tuesday morning.

Area schools were locked down as police searched for the bearded, 5-foot-10-inch robber, who struck just after 9 a.m. at the bank at 540 River Street near the FDU campus.

The robber, wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a cap, "walked into the bank and walked over to a counter where he grabbed an envelope and wrote down a note, which he then handed to the teller," Capt. Peter Busciglio said. "The note demanded money."

No weapon was shown, the captain added.

The robber walked out with $938 and headed north on River Street, he said.

Anyone who might have seen something helpful to city detectives -- or sees or recognizes the man in the surveillance photo above -- is asked to call Hackensack police: (201) 646-7777 .

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ALSO SEE: Hackensack police released new images of a man who they said robbed a Valley National Bank of $10,000 last month. They also released photos of his getaway car.

https://hackensack.dailyvoice.com/police-fire/seen-him-new-hackensack-bank-robber-photos-released/744648/

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