Four suspects sought in Salisbury armored car robbery

Salisbury Police this week continued searching for men who robbed a  Loomis armored truck and bound the driver’s hands at an automated teller machine early Monday.

Police Chief Barbara Duncan told the Salisbury Independent police are asking anyone who was in the area around 7:15 a.m. on Monday, and saw anything at the location of the robbery, to call police at 410-845-3165.

Police said they responded to the SECU credit union on Mount Hermon Road in Salisbury for a reported robbery and learned the driver of the white truck was approached by four men who demanded cash as he filled the ATM there.

The men were armed with handguns and took the driver’s handgun and cash. The amount has not been disclosed. The driver’s handgun was issued by the Loomis company.

Police released a photo, from video surveillance, of one suspect.

They described one of the men as a black male dressed in a black hoodie and black and gray pants. Two others were described as black males wearing dark clothing and dark masks. There was no description of the third man.

A Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office K-9 and the Maryland State Police Aviation Division worked with police but were unable to locate suspects  or find additional evidence.

A Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office K-9 assisted in the investigation and conducted a K-9 track, which did not locate additional evidence or the suspects. Maryland State Police Aviation Division also assisted.

 

Reach Susan Canfora at scanfora@newszap.com.

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