Camden Man Charged in Three Delaware Bank Robberies
Delaware State Police have charged a New Jersey man arrested after a credit union was robbed with crimes at two other financial institutions.
Thirty-seven-year-old George R. Myers of Camden, N.J. has been charged with three counts of robbery and other offenses. He is being held on $102,000 cash bail.
Troopers say about 1 p.m. Thursday, Myers entered Louviers Federal Credit Union in Newark and demanded money from the tellers. Police say the tellers gave Myers money and he fled. Myers was arrested a short time later.
Myers is also charged in the Nov. 14 robbery of Delaware First Federal Credit Union in Wilmington and the Oct. 30 robbery of M&T Bank in Newark.
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