Local TD Bank robber tells teller “I need 5000 G’s strapped to go”

Police have apprehended a local TD Bank robber after he was recognized by one of the tellers.

At approximately 11:28 AM pn Monday, Brick Police responded to the TD Bank at 2292 Hooper Avenue, Brick, NJ for a Robbery.

The Arrestee, Zachary Canace, 42 years old, white male from Brick, approached the teller’s counter and stated “I need 5000 G’s strapped to go. Do not hit the alarm button and nobody gets hurt, just give me my $5000.00 now”.

The teller gave Canace some money from her drawer and he left the bank. Canace was recognized by another teller as a person she was familiar with. The teller was able to provide a description to Officer Robert Heschle, who was familiar with Canace and knew he lived in the area of Tunesbrook Road, Brick, NJ. This information was provided to responding units and the subject was located at a residence on Drake Road. A perimeter was set up around the residence by responding units. Canace soon exited the residence and was placed into custody without incident. All of the proceeds from the Robbery were recovered.

Zachary Canace was charged with Robbery and Theft. He was transported and lodged in the Ocean County Jail.

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  1. One “G” is $1,000
    How did he expect to carry it?
    Well, when that Yeshiva University Math Professorship falls through I guess you rob banks.

  2. Don’t rush to poke fun Moishe, One “K” = 1,000. “G” is short George, as in George Washington, POTUS #1, the fellar on a one dollar bill. Robbers sometimes have a preference for small bills for various reasons.

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