Three men suspected of robbing a York County, Pa., bank yesterday afternoon were arrested in Harford County, Md., a short time after the holdup and are awaiting an extradition hearing, Pennsylvania authorities said.
George Guy Reynold, 19, of South Front Street in New Freedom, Pa., and Joseph Marshall Dorsey 4th, 23, and Thomas Grover Theodore Temple, 24, both of Red Lion, were being held at the Harford County Detention Center. A date for an extradition hearing had not announced.
According to Pennsylvania state police in York, two armed men wearing masks entered the York Bank & Trust Co. at West Main and South Market streets in Fawn Grove at 1 p.m. yesterday and announced a holdup.
Fawn Grove is just over the Pennsylvania line, about 15 miles east of Shrewsbury.
While one of the men acted as a look-out, another vaulted the counter and removed a teller's cash drawer containing an undisclosed sum.
After leaving the bank, the robbers drove off in separate cars, one carrying the look-out.
Witnesses provided police with descriptions of the cars and the information was broadcast throughout the area, including Maryland.
A short time later, Maryland State Police Troopers Raymond Domico and Michael Donhauser stopped a car at an undisclosed location about 12 miles from the robbery scene and arrested one suspect.
A second car and its two occupants was stopped minutes later at a different location by Harford County Sheriff's deputies. The three suspects were taken to the Maryland State Police Barracks at Bel Air On a road in Maryland, police found money taken from the bank and a gun believed used in the robbery.