Police Are Looking for a Man on a Black Motorcycle Who Fled TD Bank on the Montgomey Border
By Barbara A. Preston | July 7, 2022 - Updated at 4 pm
Police are looking for a man on a black motorcycle, possibly wearing a gas mask, who was seen leaving TD Bank on Route 206 at 3:19 pm on Wednesday, traveling onto Princeton Avenue near Montgomery Township.
The Princeton Police released the details on Thursday afternoon, after The Mercer Daily Voice broke the story on social media.
Police said a man entered TD Bank, and approached the teller counter. There was no teller present at the counter and the suspect attempted to jump over the counter but was unsuccessful. The male suspect tried to jump over the counter a second time and was again unsuccessful.
The suspect did not brandish a weapon, did not make any threats, and nothing was stolen from the bank.
The suspect then exited TD Bank on foot, and was last seen on a black motorcycle, stopped at the intersection of Princeton Avenue and Route 206.
The suspect was described as a male, 5'4” - 5'5” in height, wearing green pants, a black shirt, black gloves, grey New Balance sneakers, a chest harness with a GoPro style camera attached to it, a black half shell motorcycle helmet, and a gas mask.
Police ask anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has additional information, to contact Det. Robert Allie at (609) 921-2100 extension 2123.
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