1931 April 3 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1931 April 3 Harrisburg Telegraph - Jonestown POLICE CONTINUE SEARCH FOR FOUR IN...
Jonestown POLICE CONTINUE SEARCH FOR FOUR IN BANK HOLDUP Bandits Get $6000 in Jonestown Robbery; Elude Pursuit Details of State Police today were guarding main highways and con tinuing their search lor lour men in an automobile bearing an Ohio 11 cense who yesterday afternoon en tered the Jonestown Bank and Trust Company at Jonestown, with drawn guns, bound the bank: officials with wire, scooped up more than $6000 in currency and sped away. Immediately after the bandits left the bank, Clayton Boltz, treasurer sounded the burglar alarm, and a salesman who was in a nearby barber barber shop hurried to the bank and released the bank employes. Lebanon Lebanon and State Police were immediately immediately notified of the robbery, and a net was spread, by details of State Police and State Highway patrolmen, patrolmen, around the vicinity of the robbery. robbery. With Boltz in the bank at the time were Harvey J. eHaldeman, trust officer, and Henry B. Lesher, assistant treasurer. The bandits, who drove to the bank in an automobile, bearing Pennsylvania license, which police say was issued to Miss Minnie Peiffer, Reading, changed to anoth - . (Continued on Page 6) Salesman Hears Burglar Alarm as 4 Bandits Escape ft ling, in

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 03 Apr 1931, Fri,
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