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Suspect Sought in Cumberland County Bank Robbery

Suspect 2Suspect 1A man is wanted for robbing a bank in Cumberland County Thursday Morning.

New Jersey State Police have released photos of a man they say is responsible for robbing a TD Bank branch on Cornwell Drive in Upper Deerfield at about 9:30 AM on July 13th.

According to police, the suspect captured in the above photos “walked up to a teller and handed her a note demanding cash. After receiving the money, the suspect exited the bank and departed in a dark colored sedan. The suspect is described as a middle aged black male, medium build and approximately 5’10” to 6’0”.”

If you can help with information, you’re urged to call the New Jersey State Police Bridgeton Barracks at 856-451-0101.

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