Hainesport Township, Burlington County, N.J. – State troopers arrested an Atlantic City man for the robbery of the Fulton Bank of New Jersey, located on State Highway 38.
On Friday, June 28, troopers from Bordentown Station and detectives from the Troop C Criminal Investigation Office responded to the Fulton Bank of New Jersey to investigate a bank robbery reported at 9:55 a.m.
Mandel Aikens, 26, of Atlantic City is accused of entering the bank and passing a note to an employee demanding money. Aikens was given an undisclosed amount of cash. He walked out of the bank and fled in a car.
Alert bank employees were able to provide the vehicle and license plate description to responding troopers. Detectives learned that the vehicle, a beige Chevy Impala was rented by Aikens from a business in Galloway Township, Atlantic County. On Saturday, June 29, troopers located and arrested Aikens while he was returning the car. Additional evidence linking Aikens to the robbery was also recovered.
Mandel Aikens was charged with Robbery and Theft. He was lodged in the Burlington County Jail with bail set at $50,000 full cash.
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|Mandel Aikens, 26, of Atlantic City|
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