Harrisburg man pleads guilty to 14 bank robberies
A Harrisburg man pleaded guilty to robbing 14 banks in four counties, including York, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Andre Mosley, 48, of Harrisburg, pleaded guilty Tuesday, June 7, to robbing the banks between late 2014 and February 2015, taking approximately $52,295.
According to the indictment, on Feb. 12, 2015, Mosley took $4,670 from Santander Bank, 888 W. Broadway, Red Lion. Five days later, Mosley took $4,250 from the Northwest Savings Bank, 2220 S. Queen St., York Township, according to the indictment.
At the Red Lion bank, Mosley, his hood drawn tight around his face, passed the teller a note demanding money, but he never displayed a weapon, police said at the time. York Area Regional Police asked the public for help in identifying the robber, who fled on foot after receiving the cash.
In addition to the two banks from York, Mosley robbed nine Dauphin County banks, two Cumberland County banks and one Franklin County bank, according to the indictment.
The Harrisburg Office of the FBI's Violent Crime Task Force, Harrisburg Police Department and state police, as well as local and municipal police departments where the banks were located, assisted in investigating the case.
According to the release, the maximum penalty under federal law is 20 years in prison, a term of supervised release following imprisonment and a fine.
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