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He pleads innocent to robbing Marshfield bank on Nov. 8

By Sydney Schwartz
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Nov 21, 2008 @ 06:37 AM


Nearly two weeks after the Scituate Federal Savings Bank branch in Green Harbor was robbed, a 37-year-old Marshfield man turned himself in to police.
Police charged Raymond Sullivan, of 27 Island St. with unarmed robbery. He was also charged with the attempted unarmed robbery of a Sovereign Bank branch in Brookline on Nov. 17.
Sullivan pleaded innocent Thursday in Plymouth District Court. Judge Thomas Brownell released him on $1,000 bail and a bail warning.
Police say Sullivan walked into the Scituate Federal branch on **** Road at about 10:55 a.m. Nov. 8 and handed a teller a note demanding money. The note read: "This is a robbery. All large bills. No one gets hurt," court documents state. No weapon was shown, police said.
Sullivan, who was wearing a baseball cap, sunglasses, jeans and a blue windbreaker, ran out of the bank, heading toward Marginal Street, after being given a little more than $1,000, court documents state.
Police said four employees and three customers were in the bank when the robbery took place. No one realized that the bank had been robbed until the teller announced it. There was video footage of the robbery.
Police said Sullivan turned himself in at the Marshfield police station because he knew police were looking for him. He was held overnight on $50,000 bail.
He is to return to court Dec. 19 for a probable cause hearing.
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