Search is over: Middletown, NJ bank robber who looted eight-grand is charged
The search has ended for a New Jersey man accused of robbing a bank in Middletown Township late last month.
Middletown Police were first on the scene on December 28 around 10:43 am after an alarm went off at the Valley Bank on Route 35 South between Twin Brooks Avenue and Woodland Drive.
The officers who responded learned that a man who had a mask on subsequently robbed the bank of $8,000 and then took off, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond Santiago.
The masked suspect has now been identified, arrested, and charged with the December bank robbery in Middletown.
As a result of the investigation by Middletown Police, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, and FBI, 42-year-old Miguel A. Angeles, 42, of Perth Amboy has been charged with first-degree Armed Robbery who remains in custody pending a detention hearing which will take place on Wednesday in Monmouth County Superior Court.