Police Investigating Second Robbery at TD Bank in Two Weeks

Southington police believe the latest robbery may be linked to a similar incident that occurred on June 18.

Officers are investigating a possible repeat bank robber after a man entered the TD Bank on Main Street Tuesday evening with a plastic grocery bag and demanded money from one of the tellers before leaving on foot down Main Street.

The robbery occurred at the 121 Main St. branch of T just before 6 p.m., according to Det. Scott Wojenski. The man entered the bank, demanded money and left on foot, he said. No weapon was displayed or implied and no one was injured.

“The male was wearing a navy blue t-shirt, dark pants, and dark shoes. He had what appears to be a silver loop near his waistline and was wearing a vinyl style glove on the right hand,” Wojenski said.

“The male was holding a dark colored scarf/cloth (possibly a t-shirt) over his nose and mouth which he held with his left hand and was also holding a white plastic grocery bag in his left hand.”

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Wojenski said the man was also wearing glasses with dark lenses and possibly silver sides or frames. He is described as standing between 5 feet, 8 inches tall and 5 feet, 10 inches tall with a heavyset build.

Police said they believe the man may be the same one . He was wearing a dark colored quarter zip pullover, dark colored pants, and tan shoes.

“As the male walked up to the teller, he pulled up part of his clothing to cover his face,” Wojenski said of the previous robbery. “The male approached a teller and demanded money before leaving on foot.”

Southington detectives are looking to speak with anyone who may have seen this male before and/or after these robberies at TD Bank.

Anyone having any information about the identity of this male is being asked to contact Detective Wojenski or Detective Beal at the Southington Police Department (860) 378-1644 or (860) 378-1645.

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