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Police: Third Suspect Arrested for Salisbury Armed Robbery

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SALISBURY, Md. – A third suspect has been arrested and charged in connection with the armed robbery of a Hebron Savings Bank earlier this month.

According to the Salisbury Police Department, 30-year-old Lamont Edward McCleary, of Salisbury, was located in Baltimore City and arrested by U.S. marshals early Tuesday morning. He was charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and is awaiting an initial court appearance.

Police said the investigation into the Aug. 7 robbery determined McCleary was one of two suspects who entered the bank on Riverside Drive just before 9:30 a.m. and stole money at gunpoint. Officers said he and 37-year-old Adrian Antwone Hill, who was taken into custody the morning of the incident, wore wigs and dresses and were both armed with handguns.

According to police, Hill was located in the passenger seat of a suspect vehicle in the area of South Boulevard and Route 13 just a few minutes later. Officers said they found evidence linking him and the driver, 38-year-old Tiffany Renee Russell, to the robbery.

This investigation is ongoing, and the Salisbury Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact Crime Solvers of the Lower Eastern Shore at (410) 548-1776 or the Salisbury Police Department at (410) 548-3165.

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