State troopers are asking for your help with identifying a man who allegedly committed two bank robberies in Cape May County.

Authorities say on the afternoon of Wednesday, December 30th, a man entered Sturdy Savings Bank in Dennisville and handed the teller a note demanding that money be placed on the counter. The suspect left the bank in an unknown direction after he was given money.

Then on Thursday, January 7th, at around 3:30 PM, police say the suspect entered TD Bank in Marmora and handed the teller a note demanding money be placed on the counter. Again, the suspect then left the bank in an unknown direction with cash provided by the teller.

The suspect is described as a white male between 40 and 60 years old, 6’ 0”, medium build, with gray hair. The suspect in both robberies was wearing a black knit cap, a black gaiter-style face covering, blue jeans, a black coat, and black gloves.

Man wanted for allegedly robbing two banks in Cape May County - Photo: New Jersey State Police

Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Jersey State Police Woodbine Station Criminal Investigation Office at (609) 861-5698. Anonymous tips are welcome.

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