Man who plead guilty to 2014 Harrisburg bank robbery, is charged with robbing four other banks

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Dylan Spencer Blum

HARRISBURG, Pa – A Harrisburg man who pled guilty to the December 9, 2014 robbery of the Mid Penn Bank on North Front Street in Harrisburg has been charged with four additional bank robberies.
Dylan Blum, 22, was named in a four count Criminal Information filed in U.S. District Court in Harrisburg last Friday, July 10.   He is charged with the robberies of four banks in December of 2014 and January of this year, in Northampton County and in New Jersey.

 

Blum allegedly passed a threatening note to tellers at three of those robberies and attempted to rob another bank but was prevented by employees from entering that bank. Blum allegedly made off with a total of $5,788.00 from the three banks he was able to rob. Blum turned himself in to the Harrisburg Police on January 3.
The government also filed a plea agreement in the case which is subject to the approval of the court. Blum is currently in custody.

 

If convicted Blum faces a  maximum penalty of 20 years of imprisonment for each count, a term of supervised release following imprisonment, and a fine.

 

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