Robbery Suspect Found with "Self-Inflicted Injuries"

The suspected robber of a Windsor Federal Savings bank remains in protective custody after being found with "self-inflicted injuries" in Hartford.

Courtesy of Windsor Police Department.
Courtesy of Windsor Police Department.
The man suspected of robbing a bank on Poquonock Avenue in Windsor Tuesday was found in his car, "suffering from self-inflicted injuries," NBC Connecticut reports.

According to NBC, the man, who's identity has not been released, "appeared to be suicidal" and was spotted sitting in his car by a Hartford public works employee.

The man's image, captured by security cameras, was circulated Tuesday afternoon by Windsor Police, who urged the public to help identify or locate the suspected robber.

According to Windsor Police, the suspect walked into Poquonock Avenue's Windsor Federal Savings bank at 2:33 p.m., and handed a teller a note saying he was armed.

The suspect left with an undetermined amount of cash and fled the scene in an older model Crown Victoria or Ford Charger with Massachusetts plates.

According to NBC, the man was taken to Hartford Hospital after being found in the getaway car Wednesday, where he remains under protective custody.


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