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Bank robber could be linked to five Manhattan robberies

The NYPD has snapped a Bronx man for allegedly stealing $700 from a TD bank – and says he’s a person interested in five other bank robberies.

Noel Lozada, 51, is accused of entering a branch of TD Bank at 3755 East Tremont Ave at 4:50 p.m. on March 14. going into Throgs Neck and giving a note to a teller saying he had a gun and wanted money.

Police arrested him on April 24 on charges including robbery and criminal possession of a weapon. He was also accused of breaking into a car that day and has been charged with burglary, police said.

Lozada has 15 previous arrests, including for assault in January, police said.

Police are now investigating whether he was linked to bank robberies in Manhattan between March 17 and April 11.

Lozada has been arrested 15 times, including for assault in January.
Lozada has been arrested 15 times, including for assault in January.
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On March 17, police said a man had walked into a TD Bank at 2144 Third Ave. Went to Harlem and gave the teller a note saying he was armed and asking for cash. The robber fled with about $650.

On March 21, a robber did the same at a TD bank at 953 Third Ave. on 57th Street and got away with about $1,265.

A Chase bank at 147 East 86th St. was attacked March 31 by a man who gave the teller a note and fled with $1,000.

detectives at the crime scene.
detectives at the crime scene.
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On April 4, a robber escaped from the Atlantic Bank on Third Ave with $2,000.

And on April 11, a TD bank at 2144 Third Avenue in Harlem was robbed of $800 by a man who wrote a note saying he had a gun.

Lozada is being held on $5,000 cash bail. His attorney declined to comment.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/30/bank-robber-could-be-tied-to-five-heists-in-manhattan/ Bank robber could be linked to five Manhattan robberies

JACLYN DIAZ

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