Cumberland County man arrested in series of bank robberies

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Luck finally ran for a man police say is a serial bank robber. Alexis Laskowski, 38, was apprehended in York County shortly after the robbery of the PNC Bank branch, along the 3400 block of Rosstown Road in Warrington Township. It happened at about 9:49 am this morning.

Following his arrest Laskowski admitted to robbing the M&T Bank, on January 27th, and F&M Trust Bank, on March 14th, both in Boiling Springs.  He also admitted to March 18th robbery of the M&T Bank branch in Mount Holly Springs and the robbery of Fulton Bank in Dover Borough just last week on April 14th.

Police executed a search warrant on Laskowski’s parents’ home in South Middleton Township. They seized incriminating evidence, which included pink stained clothing from the M&T Bank robbery in Mt. Holly Springs.

Charges against Laskowski include 3 counts of Robbery and Theft by Unlawful Taking State Police in Carlisle. More charges are expected.

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