In Vermont, in an all too familiar story authorities are once again on the lookout for a man accused of robbing a local bank. According to Woodstock Police, a white male in his 20s entered the People’s United Bank on the Green shortly after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon, and demanded money from a teller.
Police say no weapon was revealed, but the teller was handed a note – though it was not revealed what specifically was written. The man left with an undisclosed amount of money and fled in an unknown direction.
The robbery is the most recent in a handful of similar incidents in the area over the past couple of months, though the culprit in those instances – 31-year-old Matthew Martin of Weathersfield, Vermont – was ordered held without bail during the final days of 2015.
Martin is accused of robbing banks in both Charlestown, New Hampshire and Ludlow, Vermont, and has already been convicted of several robberies in Springfield.