Plymouth Township Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Suspect in Bank Robbery

The Plymouth Township Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect in a bank robbery on February 10th. Complete details can be found in the text below from the police department:


The Plymouth Township Police Detective Division is seeking assistance attempting to identify the male subject depicted in this video.

On Wednesday February 10, 2016 at approximately 9:06AM officers from the Plymouth Township Police Department responded to a bank robbery at the Republic Bank located at 423 W. Germantown Pike in the Plymouth Meeting section of Plymouth Township. The victims of the robbery told police that a black male suspect entered the bank and demanded money from the teller with a handwritten note. The bank teller complied with the suspect’s order and gave him an undisclosed amount of US currency. The suspect then fled from the bank on foot.

The suspect is a black male. At the time of the robbery the suspect was wearing a gray double breasted pea coat, a gray or black colored cap with a bill, blue jeans, gray or black gloves, eyeglasses and tan work style boots. The suspect did not display a weapon during the commission of the robbery. The suspect is pictured below.
The Plymouth Township Police Department is being assisted in this investigation by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Anyone who may know the identity of the suspect, or may have been in that area during these times, and who may have witnessed anything extraordinary, is asked to contact the Plymouth Township Police Department Detective Division at 610-279-1901.