Hampden Man Wanted In Connection With Bangor Credit Union Robbery
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Hampden man in connection with a Wednesday robbery of a Bangor credit union.
As a result of an investigation, witness interviews, and evidence recovered during the execution of the search warrant, an arrest warrant for class B robbery was issued for Ronald E. Tilley, 59, of Hampden.
Tilley is described as a white male, 6’1”, 175 lb with hazel eyes, and balding with gray hair. Tilley has tattoos on both arms as well as at least one tattoo on the left side of his neck, according to police.
Tilley is wanted in connection with the robbery, in which a lone male suspect made a getaway with an undisclosed amount of cash.
On Thursday, March 28, Bangor Police Department detectives along with Investigators from the Hampden Police Department, as well as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation executed a search warrant at a single family home in Hampden.
Anyone with information on Tilley’s location is asked not to approach him, and contact law enforcement officials immediately. Leads and tips can be shared with Bangor Detective Dustin Dow at (207) 947-7384 ext. 95737 or email@example.com.