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Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ
Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ
Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ
Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ Armed Robbery of Sovereign Bank Branch in Woodlynne, NJ

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office and the FBI have released four surveillance pictures taken during yesterday's armed robbery of a Sovereign Bank in Woodlynne, New Jersey.

The incident occurred at 10:20 am when the two men walked into the bank and confronted the teller.  One of the men brandished a firearm.

The two suspects concealed their identities with masks and scarves. One of the men donned a PSE & G hard hat. They obtained an undisclosed amount of cash and fled on foot.

The men are considered armed and dangerous.  

Please call 911 if you have any information on these suspects.

 

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