Harrisburg man indicted in 14 bank robberies in Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin and York counties

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Andre Mosley

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A Harrisburg man was indicted by a federal grand jury today on charges of committing 14 bank robberies in four counties from November 2014 through February this year.
Andre Mosley, 47, was charged with robbing 14 financial institutions in Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin and York Counties. The total amount taken is estimated at approximately $52,000.

The institutions were:
Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Harrisburg
Fulton Bank, two Harrisburg branches
Mid-Penn Bank, two Harrisburg branches
M&T Bank, Harrisburg
Patriot Federal Credit Union, Chambersburg
PNC Bank, Carlisle
Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Carlisle
Citizens Bank, Highspire
Fulton Bank, Hummelstown
Santander Bank, Red Lion
Northwest Savings Bank, York

 
The case was investigated by the Harrisburg Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Violent Crimes Task Force, Harrisburg Police, the Pennsylvania State Police and local and municipal police departments in the communities where the financial institutions were located.