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Man Charged With Salisbury Bank Robbery

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Michael Wayne Carey 2nd (Photo:Salisbury Police) Michael Wayne Carey 2nd (Photo:Salisbury Police)

SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury Police have arrested a man for robbing a bank in Salisbury on Monday.

On Monday at 1:00 p.m., Salisbury Police say their officers responded to the First Shore Federal Bank on Mt. Hermon Road for a report of a bank robbery. Bank employees told police that an unarmed, unmasked suspect had entered the bank, displayed a note, and demanded money. Salisbury Police say further investigation revealed that upon entering the bank, the suspect displayed a note demanding money from a bank employee. Police say the bank employee gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money. Detectives were able to capture CCTV still images of the suspect while he was in the bank. SPD says the suspect fled the bank on foot in an unknown direction with the money. Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office K-9 conducted a search for the suspect, but the track was unsuccessful in finding the suspect.

Salisbury detectives say they were able to interview witnesses as well as review additional local business CCTV footage. Detectives have identified 37 year old Michael Wayne Carey 2nd as the suspect who they believe robbed the bank. An arrest warrant for Carey was issued on Friday charging him with the bank robbery. Early this morning, with the assistance of the Capitol Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, police say Carey was located in Greenwood, Delaware where he was taken into custody without incident. Carey was transported to the Wicomico County Detention Center where he awaits an initial appearance before a district court commissioner. 

No one was hurt during the robbery.

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