Albany police investigating series of Trustco Bank robberies

January 10, 2018 07:04 PM

Albany police are investigating a series of robberies, all targeting Trustco Bank.

The first happened back on November 3 at the Trustco branch on Northern Boulevard.

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Surveillance photos show the suspect approaching the counter, where he then passed a note to the teller demanding money.

Then, on January 3, police say a man walked into the Trustco Bank on Whitehall Road and similar to the other robbery, passed the teller a note and demanded cash. He took off with an unknown amount of money.

Less than an hour later, police say a person entered the Trustco on State Street. Again, they handed the teller a note and demanded cash.

Anyone who may recognize the suspects is asked to call Albany Police at (518) 462-8039, or submit an anonymous tip through Capital Region Crime Stoppers.


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