Police make two arrests following robbery at Hummelstown Fulton Bank

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HUMMELSTOWN, Dauphin County — Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred shortly before noon Wednesday at the Fulton Bank in Hummelstown.

Hummelstown police say that a white male wearing a black mask, a white, black and gray plaid shirt, gray gloves, blue jeans and gray shoes entered the bank on foot and demanded money.

He received an undisclosed amount of money. Before leaving the scene, he dispersed an unknown aerosol that police believe was pepper spray. He then fled on foot. Police believe he entered a vehicle in a nearby alley and left the area.

Police say the bank’s employees and customers were evaluated by EMS, but there were no serious injuries.

Officers were able to identify the male suspect and a female accomplice through surveillance video footage, and both suspects were arrested Wednesday evening.

Kenneth Fruhwirth, 30, of Hummelstown was charged with, robbery, possession of instruments of a crime, tampering with evidence, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Lindsey Sanderbeck, 27, of Hummelstown was charged with, conspiracy to commit robbery, hindering apprehension, conspiracy to tamper with evidence, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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