Fauquier Bank robbery wears latest bank robber fashion – Band-Aid on his nose
BEALTETON, VA. — The Fauquier County Sheriff reports that at approximately 1030 am on Oct. 26, 2015 a white male in his mid to late 40’s walked into the Bealeton branch and handed a teller a demand note.
No weapon was displayed. The suspect was wearing dark round glasses, a bandage on his nose, a baseball cap and white button up shirt. He left on foot in an unknown direction. There is no indication the suspect was armed at the time and no weapon was displayed.
If you live in the Bealeton area you will notice an increase in on-going law enforcement activity to include K-9 and helicopter searches. If you observe this suspect do not approach and report your location to 911 immediately.
A bank robbery in Charlotte Hall, Md., was conducted by a bozo on Oct. 15, 2015 with a Band-Aid on his nose. He was apprehended on Oct. 23, 2015 by the Maryland State Police.
Perhaps the bank robbers university is educating those interested in become modern-day Willie Sutton’s to wear a Band-aid to confuse witnesses. Maryland State Police Sgt. Jeff Jones reported the suspect was identified as TROY T. WERTZ, 40 of Washington D.C. and was being brought back to Maryland for confinement prior to his trial on bank robbery charges.