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Nassau Police Release Surveillance Photo of Suspect from Citibank Robbery in Jericho, Tied Victims

Published on January 29, 2014 · Filed Under Crime 


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 by Laura Cino

(Jericho, NY) Today, the Nassau County Police Department has released a survalience photo of a hooded man who robbed a Citibank branch in Jericho last month.

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One of two suspects who, according the report, entered a Citibank branch located in Jericho, NY, ordered everyone to the floor, zip-tied the victims and removed cash from the teller stations and vault.

According to the report, on Saturday, December 28, 2013, at 9:40am a Citibank branch located at 1 Robbins Lane in Jericho, NY was robbed.

The suspect shown in the survalience photo is described as a male black, six foot to six foot one (6’-6-1”) wearing a grey jacket with a black hood and white sneakers. A second suspect was also reported as a make black, six foot to six foot one, in a grey jacket with a black hood.

The subjects entered Citibank and ordered all employees to the floor, proceeded to zip-tie the employees as well as a customer and removed cash from the teller stations. The suspects then went for the banks vault, entered where they removed further proceeds.

The subjects fled the bank through the parking lot. No vehicle seen was seen in this incident.

Nassau County Police Department Robbery Squad and Nassau County Crime Stoppers are asking anyone who has any information about the identity of the above suspects, or anyone having any information about this case to call the toll free hotline: 1-800-244-TIPS (8477).


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