Police ID Suspect In Towson Area Bank Holdup | Towson, MD Patch

TOWSON, MD — Police identified the suspect in Sunday’s bank robbery at the PNC in Giant food store near Towson as a Baltimore man. Melvin McDougald, 54, of the 4500 block of Northwood Drive, has been charged.

Police said that McDougald went into the bank at 6340 York Road around 1 p.m., showed he had a gun and handed a note to the teller demanding money. He left with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to officials.

FBI and county law enforcement responded to the scene and gathered information that led them to identify the suspect vehicle as a black GMC Yukon, authorities reported.

Officers canvassing the area saw the vehicle and tried to stop it, but it took off, leading police on a pursuit into Carroll County and back to Baltimore County, where police said the driver disabled his front right tire on Reisterstown Road at McDonogh Road.

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2017-12-11T15:16:04+00:00December 11th, 2017|Categories: Crime, Media|Tags: , |