Bank of America’s Branch at Bedford Marketplace Robbed on Friday Afternoon

Surveillance footage from a Friday afternoon robbery at Bank of America – Courtesy image (c) 2017 all rights reserved

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

A second image of the person of interest, from Bank of America’s surveillance camera (c) 2017 all rights reserved

The Bank of America office in the Bedford Marketplace was robbed on Friday, October 6, according to a 2:15 pm Tweet from the Bedford Police Department. The police are seeking help from the community to help identify a person of possible interest shown in a bank surveillance image.

Further Information from the Bedford Police Department

Chief Robert Bongiorno reports that the Bedford Police Department is investigating a bank robbery that occurred Friday afternoon.

At 1:38 p.m., Bedford Police responded to the Bank of America branch on The Great Road for a reported robbery.

Upon arrival, officers were notified that a male suspect came into the bank and passed a note to the teller, demanding money. The suspect, in his late 30s or early 40s, is described as white or Hispanic, with a medium-complexion. He is approximately 5’9″ with a stocky build.

The incident is under investigation by the Bedford Police Department, with the assistance of a federal law enforcement task force that responds to bank robberies.

Police were provided with high-quality surveillance photos that they are sharing with the public. If anyone recognizes the individual pictured, they are urged to contact the Bedford Police Department at 781-275-1212.

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