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A Jackson Township man lived up to his last name — Cashman — after police say he was found with nearly $11,000 on him taken from a Hanover bank.

Hanover Police say Kristian Cashman robbed a Santander Bank with a replica gun before getting caught about two miles away.

Cashman, 44, of the 6400 block of Lincoln Highway West, is charged with two counts of robbery and one count each of theft and receiving stolen property.

Robbery: According to police, Cashman entered the Santander Bank in the 200 block of Dart Drive at about 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3.

He displayed a replica gun and put $10,961 of stolen money inside a red bag before fleeing in a silver Saturn, court documents allege.

A description of Cashman and his vehicle was given out by York County 911, and Penn Township Police located a man and vehicle matching the description in the 800 block of Wilson Avenue shortly after the robbery, police said.   

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Cashman was found driving the car and was taken into custody, according to court documents. He was found with a replica of a gun as well as a red bag with a large amount of cash, court documents state. Police say the teller at the bank identified Cashman.

After he was taken into custody, police say Cashman admitted to the robbery, saying he was having significant financial problems.

Cashman was taken to central booking, where he was arraigned Thursday, Jan. 4.

He was sent to York County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.

His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 18 at District Judge Dwayne Dubs' Office.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.

 

 

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