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Beford Man Sentenced for Conducting Bank Robbery

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 14, 2014
  • District of New Hampshire (603) 225-1552

CONCORD, NH—Jonathan Talbot, 27, of Bedford, was sentenced in United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire 41 months in prison for engaging in a bank robbery, announced United States Attorney John P. Kacavas.

On May 30, 2013, the Manchester Police Department responded to Citizens Bank at 2035 Brown Avenue for a report of a robbery. Upon arrival, a bank teller indicated that she was working at her station when a Caucasian male, who appeared to be in his mid-30s and approximately 5’5” tall, 140 pounds, wearing a short-sleeved white buttoned-down shirt, gray beret, and eyeglasses, entered the bank and walked over to a table, which contained blank deposit slips while speaking on a cell phone. He wrote on a slip, walked to her station, and handed her a deposit slip that stated, “All unmarked bills. I have a gun give back note. Be calm.” The teller gave Talbot of the currency from her register.

Talbot left the bank in a gray Audi. Following the robbery, law enforcement determined that the 2003 silver Audi A4 was registered to Jonathan Talbot of Bedford, New Hampshire. At 3:50 p.m. on May 30, 2013, approximately one hour after the robbery, law enforcement traveled to Talbot’s residence.

A search warrant was obtained for the 2003 Gray Audi A4, and law enforcement recovered a black plastic framed pair of eyeglasses. A search warrant was also obtained for the residence, and seized from Jonathan Talbot’s bedroom closet was a backpack that was found to contain the white shirt, hat, shorts, and shoes worn during the robbery. Also recovered from within the backpack was $4,268 in $50, $20, $10, $5, and $1 denominations.

The case was investigated by the Manchester, New Hampshire Police Department; the Bedford, New Hampshire Police Department; and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Terry L. Ollila.

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