Watertown Man Arrested for Bank Robbery in Boston

Boston Police arrested a 60-year-old Watertown man for allegedly robbing a bank in Dorchester on Monday. Police received a repot of a robbery in progress at the Santander Bank at 535 Columbia Road at 1:15 p.m., on March 6. “The suspect walked into the bank, approached the counter and handed the teller a note demanding money. No weapons were shown,” according to the report on BPDNews.com. The suspect, later identified as David Laffey, 60, of Watertown, fled the bank on foot with an unknown amount of money.”

Watertown Police Looking for Suspect in Watertown Savings Robbery

A man robbed the Watertown Savings Bank branch near the Waltham line, and Watertown Police seek the suspect. Officers responded to a reported bank robbery, at Watertown Savings Bank, 739 Main St., on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. Bank employees activated their bank alarm in addition to calling 911, according to the Watertown Police press release. The suspect climbed over the fence located in the southwest portion of the parking lot and then entered the bank at approximately 11:30 a.m. He demanded cash from tellers and left approximately one minute later with an undisclosed amount of cash.