Toms River bank heist suspect identified
A Toms River robbery suspect who lives virtually blocks away from the bank he's accused of holding up remains on the run from the law - but charges await him when the trail ends.
Kevin Nann, 26, is wanted on a $100,000 warrant to face counts related to Tuesday's midday heist of the Investors Savings branch on Fischer Boulevard, according to township police who used several leads to identify him.
Authorities say that Nann's Overlook Drive residence is less than a quarter-mile from the bank, and add that he has connections to Anthony Avenue in the township along with ties to several nearby towns.
The suspect entered the branch at about 12:32 PM, extracted cash from a teller, and fled, police said. He is described as standing 5'8" to 5'10" in height, clad at the time in blue jeans, black sneakers, a dark, full-sleeve, crew-necked sweatshirt and a white tee shirt beneath it.
Anyone spotting Nann is urged not to approach him, but to call the nearest local police department or 911.
Police remind that charges are accusations, and that defendants are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.