$150,000 Bank Robbery

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$150,000 Bank Robbery - 3 CAUGHT Hi BAIK.; tOiROBlT ' policed, '...
3 CAUGHT Hi BAIK.; tOiROBlT ' policed, ' Believe -They HaveYthe . " teajdeArbf,C2:TiaC; .-. A -t e,- Cot $t 50,000, :;";TV;':',; TRAILED FOR TWO WEEKS Arretted When One Snatches with Can Bundle f Bill at. J -. th Neee Netherland. . ' " TTtta th emptor yesterday afternoon f thro men who wert attempting to rob lb cashier's cage :ftb New Netbertaod Bank, 41 West Thirty-fourth o. . niiM rnv that they 6w eau.bt the rtntfe4ere of the band oil bank sneak thieves wno nv e -.v.- $150,000- la thi city.' Brooklyn. Baltimore. Jbiladelphia- yTcue and Buffalo lnb laat .wnty- noatha. Inspector Cray more than two weeks ago udn.fi IMwUtm Out; nn.tr. James Fine, .and Joseph Daly of the Central Offle to watch, for tb metv ' ' Early ytrday afternoon'rtn deteo-tlvea found three men ther-napeceA In a. Broadway hotel and followed them when' they trot Into an automobile and want ft th Colonial Bank, at Broadway . . Tr OM Of ana jia-nty-n. ou. ' . . then pulled a 30 bUt out of hi and saked-the caahler tor chanWhHe ana of the' other stood eloa to his Ibew. An official of the ban vok,lo the cashier, when the man hurriedly Wt " the bulldinc From there they went to tha Gotham National . Bank. Columbus Circle, fcnd started VS approach the cash- ler-e window, but were asata alarmed and mad a harried ex.v : '-' Then they drove their.: automobile to the office of the C T.' BUrer Motor Company. 1.758 Broadway, and waJted up t th cashier's car. Tor soma reason they suddenly turned, left the place, and Jumped Into . the machine. V After coin aimlessly- for a few minute, they rev speedily to th. New Nethertend Bank. ' " : ' . - " Here WOllam Clark, who la aald t be the " glad-hand man " ef th trio, walked to tne eajmter'e wtadow and pulled th property M bUl from his poakec and as w - eaehler asked blm what denomination of bill he wanted, and while they were apeakinc William Elliott, known to th lie ae -8pLUy Evans," the -operator" ot the ran, pulled a. short, thin cane with a crooked handle from beneath hie ottnoaL The caahler turned to hla money drawer and . El -lTnooked a bundleof bUla and Jerked 4tVtrlrwUXb th window. wSTnu? the three detectives were n them and after a abort resistance bad th? handcuff- on .both J 'J third member of th fnc. rle" liiYherman, known to th police a rjriM rioffmaa. aaw what was taking place from where n smjoo tne ebof etarted to bolt. , He ran Into another detectlr and eurrendered without further reeiatanc. ' The bank wa crowded at the time, but thearreats were mad ao oulckly "that few knew what waa happening until the detective and tbe.r prira were on their way to .Folic Head-quarter.-,, . ..a .x. t When tney amTO V" . V. n i Tr1v. They were locked up rlth attemolinf Krand larceny, i are aald. to nave, criminal Cray telephoned to the banke nere ana : . . whih tnnn.y wee the aame manner 1" wbl tA tw Ntherland robbery a attempted. John 11. Clark, th rault elevator m of the iMtne Savinga Bank of D Kalb Avenue and Fulton Street. Brooklyn, aa eoon aa be aaw th prlaonera at Head-. rter. Wientifil- Ithermaa nd . -i -rir u the men who had obtained f lv.-. fc t from tb bank. OS Feb: 1 ii e directive said Usfi?ht ttiat they r4 end once that tkeee jr??"?" 1 n levea that bad obta aed from the j rona Uorouab Bank, at Tjemont and i rk Avenue, on Nov. ofthla yearv Jt expecled that they will be Identified wita tnia cr imw iwj Another robbery that the gang- corn-jrnted, according to the police. wa that rt the branch bank ofth JlumWa Traat Company a 100 Wetl25tb Street. hen iinea up in ue imp iui th thre mencav their aasM aa Wlll-IW iliiiott if yeare old. a mechlntat. J .man. 22 yeara old. a clertof W . .rl. wear old. a binder, of 640 ( j .raid rh-iv. They wer locked up t rr rtd A.I tthr ibedeteetivea -who trailed the thlevea fnr the laat two weeka aay that- they pent money Ilk th proverbial eallor on ahora leave. On Monday nlgjif they i attanaeu i jri uaii, .u, Reilly.. and Iajy. seated la h r-. behind them. Each man -waa I rionarty ,, -1 uecoon wr ei-cij.rw t -e have aateermbllea. none- f which ' ir" tiwfs-T:. i with h he Intended, to make a-fight for r.- iom. S , , when he waa fined 23 for opeedinBT. but at that Mm waa not euapected of belne- the " Bpiliy Bvans" ee well known . to police Fcoraa ..; .- -

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 01 Dec 1915, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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