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Robbery, May 07, 2012
Suspect 8857 : Captured
Gender: male
Build: medium
Complexion: light
Height: medium
Bank Robbery - Warwick, RI - 5/7/12
Robbery - Case No. 120279
May 07, 2012
Warwick RI : Bank of America

Case Details:
The Warwick Police Department is attempting to identify a white male suspect who robbed the Bank of America, 900 Bald Hill Rd., Warwick, RI on Monday, 5/7/12, at approximately 2PM.

The suspect entered the bank and immediately approached a bank teller. The suspect handed the teller a plastic shopping bag and demanded money. The suspect stated that he had a gun and threatened to kill the teller if they did not comply.

After receiving the money the suspect exited the bank through the main doors. An undetermined amount of money was taken. The suspect appeared to be in his 30's, approx. 5'10" - 6'0" with a dark beard & mustache and shoulder length dark hair (possibly a wig). He was wearing a knit hat, gray hooded sweatshirt and dark sweatpants with white stripes.

After joint investigation with several RI Police Departments, Seekonk MA PD and FBI, the suspect identified as Justin Worley. Captured on 9/19/12 in Seekonk, MA. Suspect in 9 total bank robberies including eight in RI and one in MA.

Warwick Police Department: (401) 468-4200
Investigator: Det. Timothy Grant
Case Submission No.: 120279

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