Kew Gardens Man Charged With Robbing Two Suffolk County Banks, SCPD Reports
Local News, Crime
By Long Island News & PR
Published: September 15 2017
Officials: Michael Hantzidiamantis, 40, allegedly robbed the Capital One bank in Bohemia on August 24 and the People's United Bank in Centereach on September 8.
SCPD arrested Michael Hantzidiamantis of Kew Gardens, 40, for robbing two banks earlier this year.
Photo by: Suffolk County Police Department
Suffolk County, NY - September 15, 2017 - Suffolk County Police today arrested a man for robbing two banks earlier this year.
Major Case Unit detectives, with the assistance of Port Authority Police Detectives and Jet Blue security, have arrested Michael Hantzidiamantis, for the robbery of Capital One bank in Bohemia, New York, on August 24 and the People's United Bank in Centereach, New York, on September 8.
"Twenty-one out of 23 bank robberies in Suffolk County have been cleared due to the excellent police work of the Suffolk County Police Department, particularly through the use of fingerprint analysis by the Identification Section and outstanding investigative work by the Major Case Unit," Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini said. "Our message to criminals is if you rob a bank in Suffolk County, you will not pass go, you will not collect the money, and you will go directly to jail."
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