Bank Robbery Suspect

Annapolis Police Department

Media Release

Police Department

Acting Chief of Police
Major Scott Baker

External Affairs Officer

Corporal Amy Miguez

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On April 14th, 2017 James Robert Joyce, 36 of Annapolis, was arrested and charged for the April 10th, 2017 robbery of the BB&T located at 101 Hillsmere Dr. Joyce is currently being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center. The Annapolis Police Department would like to commend the public for their help and support in identifying Joyce as the suspect. "This arrest is an excellent example of how important it is to have an ongoing relationship between the department and the community, benefiting both our officers and our residents," Mayor Michael Pantelides said. 

Bank Robbery
On April 10th, 2017 the suspect pictured above entered the BB&T Bank located at 101 Hillsmere Drive at approximately 3:08 pm. The suspect presented the teller with a note demanding money. The suspect exited the bank and ran towards Bay Ridge Road. 
Anyone with information is requested to please contact Detective Chuck Bealefeld at 410-268-9000 ex 7299 or

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