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Towson Wells Fargo Branch Robbed

Police responded to the robbery Thursday morning.

 

A Towson branch was robbed Thursday, authorities said.

Police were called at 11:51 a.m. to the bank in the 900 block of Fairmount Ave., where a man had passed a note to the teller.

No further information was immediately available, according to Baltimore County police spokeswoman Detective Cathleen Batton.

The location has been targeted .

Melody McSweeney March 09, 2012 at 01:34 AM
What the HELL is going on in Towson?!! I love BCPD but someone out there is not doing their job - crime is becoming an everyday occurance here - simply not acceptable.
Towson Guy March 09, 2012 at 02:08 AM
This is the third time this location has been robbed by the same person. There are zero cameras outside this location. Wells Fargo needs to wise up. The bank robber ran through the adjacent neighborhood where I live. I see the police helicopter circling Towson almost every afternoon. We need more traffic stops. I really hope the gun-carry laws change hear in Maryland. Cops can't be everywhere all the time. I really want criminals to wonder whether there are 4 customers carrying guns in the bank. God Bless the cops. I know they're doing great work but it's not enough.
Public Citizen March 09, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Well business had me in the area of that bank yesterday and I saw the police departments response. With police headquarters just up the road and the Towson precinct at an equal distance one would think this should not be happening. It is and it is not the first time. Associates of mine in law enforcement say that it is believed that the suspect is responsible for more then just one hold up. Apparently this suspect sheds is close after committing the crime. Well it all boils down to the fact that its a shame that this has to happen especially right in Baltimore Counties seat.

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