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Bristol police quickly apprehend bank robbery suspect

Scott Scandura

Scott Scandura

On Monday afternoon the Bristol Police Department received a report of a robbery at Liberty Bank located at 744 Farmington Avenue.

No injuries were reported and the suspect made off with a still undetermined amount of cash.

After a short preliminary investigation, Bristol Police arrested Scott Scandura, age 52, of no certain address late Monday night for the Rt. 6 robbery. 

Police received a phone call leading to Scandura’s identity and location after his photo appeared in the news. Scandura was located at an address in New Britain.

Scandura was charged with Robbery 2nd Degree and Larceny 2nd Degree and is being held on a $100,000 bond.

The vehicle and other evidence from the robbery were recovered at the time of Scandura’s arrest.

Scandura is currently on Probation for previous Robbery charges.

 

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1 Comment on Bristol police quickly apprehend bank robbery suspect

  1. Anonymous // 02/08/2017 at 5:20 PM //

    I knew this guy! wow what a shame

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