Fall River Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested
FALL RIVER — On Saturday, September 15th, at approximately 12:40 pm, officers of the Fall River Police Departments Uniform Division responded to Bay Coast Bank 490 Robeson Street on a report of an unarmed robbery.
Upon arrival, the officer was told that a male had entered the bank, approached the counter and called a teller over. The suspect threw a crumbled piece of paper at her that directed her to give all the big bills. Upon receiving a small sum of cash, the suspect, described as a white male, wearing a red and white hat, a red sweatshirt, and wearing clear plastic gloves on his hands, fled from the bank headed north on Robeson Street.
Uniformed officers canvassed the area but were unable to locate the suspect. Detectives from the Major Crimes Division were notified and responded. Crime Scene Unit Detectives processed the scene and collected physical evidence which included the note and surveillance photos.
Detectives obtained the full surveillance video from Bay Coast Bank. With that as a base, wanted poster were created and circulated to Law enforcement Agencies.
Shortly after the photos were circulated, Fall River police received a tip identifying the male in the photo as Joshua R. Infantino, 30, of Fall River. Detectives gathered information about Infantino which lead to a basement apartment om North Main Street Fall River.
Detectives were able locate and take Infantino into custody without incident. He was placed under arrest on a charge of Unarmed Robbery. Infantino is due to appear in Second District Court 186 South Main Street on Wednesday.
Fall River Police Department