From Maryland State Police:
On Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 9:31 a.m., troopers from the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack responded to the Madison Square Federal Savings Bank located at the 2200 block of Bel Air Road in Fallston for an armed robbery attempt.
Troopers and deputies arrived within minutes and made contact with bank employees who were unharmed during the incident. It was learned that the suspect entered the vestibule of the bank and was immediately recognized by bank employees as the person who committed a previous robbery of the same bank on September 30,2010.
After recognizing the suspect, employees refused to open the locked door which leads from the vestibule to the bank lobby. The suspect then pointed a black handgun at the employees and fled from the bank on foot towards the Fallston Mall shopping center.
The attached photograph is from the robbery committed on September 30, 2010, which is being investigated by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office.
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Todd Holden says
methinks a sad ending is come of all this bravado
Wow! Took my younger son to the shooting range last weekend. He did pretty good with the Ruger .22 single action! Not quite ready for the .45 auto yet. We’ll get there.
@MrMark….and this has what to do with the bank robbery story??
It has EVERYTHING to do with the “Bank Robbery” story! Please invite me to your funeral if/when your home is invaded (as mine has been twice!)and you have no means to protect yourself. First time they got away. Second time (lesson learned) he laid face down on my living room rug till HarCo sheriffs arrived.
I agree with staying armed. In my house, I’m never more than 15 seconds away from a loaded gun. Thankfully, we’ve never had any need to use one.
Frightening that you had two such invasions. Do you know if it was the same group each time?
However, it’s hard to identify the culprit.
Steve (a different one) says
The banks need to start arming the tellers. The poncho the guy was wearing would have helped keep the blood in and made clean up easier.
Fallston residents need to be careful. I live in a development and had both my vehicles broken into at the end of a cul-de-sac. He used my credit card at three locations at 1 in the morning, video tape of him and STILL not captured. All my outside lights were on, etc. Now I have people who think cul-de-sacs are resting areas and park…NOT!..I have no problem knocking on a window and telling them to move on unless they live here…..