UPDATE: Suspect arrested in January Hebron Savings Bank robbery

SALISBURY, Md. – Salisbury Police say a man has been arrested in connection to a robbery that happened at Hebron Savings Bank late last month.

The incident happened at around 3:30 p.m. on January 31st, at the Hebron Savings Bank on Riverside Drive in Salisbury. It was learned that an un-masked suspect had walked in and demanded money.

Further investigation revealed that when the suspect walked into the bank, he pulled out a note while demanding money from bank employees and implying that he had a weapon He was able to obtain an unknown amount of money before fleeing on foot. Detectives were able to capture surveillance images of the suspect while he was in the bank, and a police K-9 tried to track the suspect, but was unsuccessful.

No injuries were reported in the incident.

After reviewing surveillance footage, detectives identified the suspect as 41-year-old Michael Baumann. An arrest warrant was issued for him the same evening as the robbery.

Baumann was located and arrested in Dover on February 13th. He was taken back to the Wicomico County Detention Center, where he was held on no bond on armed robbery, robbery, assault, and theft charges.

Police say the investigation is still ongoing, and any additional information should be reported to the Salisbury Police Department at 833-SBY-CITY.

Our original story on the incident can be found here.

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