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Two More Suspects Arrested Following Salisbury Armed Bank Robbery

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Richard Moise and Tairell Copper Richard Moise and Tairell Copper

SALISBURY, Md. - Police have arrested two more suspects in connection with the armed robbery of a Salisbury bank.

Salisbury police say after examining evidence and conducting interviews following the Dec. 9 incident, they arrested 25-year-old Richard Moise and 25-year-old Tairell Copper, both from Salisbury, for their involvement.

According to Salisbury police, multiple masked suspects entered the Bank of Delmarva on Eastern Shore Drive around 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 9. Bank employees told officers that five suspects displayed handguns and demanded money. Further investigation showed the suspects entered the bank through the back door, ordered the bank employees to the floor while tying their hands, stole cash from the teller drawers and then left through the same back door.

Police initially arrested 28-year-old Kalvin Holley but now have a total of three suspects in custody. Detectives say that are continuing to search for the two remaining suspects.

Charges for Moise and Copper include armed robbery, robbery, assault, reckless endangerment, theft, possession of a handgun and possession of a handgun during commission of a felony, according to police.

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