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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Bank Robbery today results in a quick arrest

Armed Robbery at a Bank results in a quick arrest of two subjects.

Today at 10:38am Dispatch received a call from TD Bank located at 1641 Beacon Street. The caller indicated they had been robbed by a subject who had passed a note. The note indicated they had a gun, though no weapon was shown. Units responded to the bank, other units started to play the area. Due to the storm there was limited traffic on the roads. Information from the bank lead an officer to find the car in question as it ran a red light in Brookline Village. The vehicle was stopped at Willow Pond Road and Jamaica way. The vehicle was being driven by a female; the male subject who had entered the bank was lying down in the back seat. He had already changed his clothes from the robbery. The clothes and all the money were recovered in the vehicle. Both Subjects were taken into custody and booked at the Brookline Police station. A twenty five year old male and a fifty four year old female both from Quincy, will be arraigned in Brookline District Court on Monday. Both face Armed Robbery charges. The Boston FBI Violent Crimes Task Force responded and took part in the follow up investigation.

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