Bank Robbery Staged By Black Employee Working at Time of Robbery

Philadelphia CBS Local
January 31, 2014

From left to right Marquis Wilson, Malcolm Moore and Calia Kane.
From left to right: Marquis Wilson, Malcolm Moore and Calia Kane, who had been given a job by the bank.

Three people have been arrested in Georgia for a November 2013 bank robbery in Bala Cynwyd .

On Nov. 4th around 11:16 a.m., three men entered the Wells Fargo Bank on Levering Mill Road in Bala Cynwyd wearing ski masks. At least one man was armed with a handgun.

The three suspects then announced a robbery and ordered everyone to lay on the ground while two of the suspects jumped over the customer counter into the teller area.

One of the males, who was armed with the gun, ran around the bank pointing the weapon at customers and employees and threatening to shoot them.

After obtaining cash, the men fled the scene.

Following an investigation conducted by Lower Merion Police and assisted by the FBI and the Philadelphia Police Department, two of the men were identified. Police also determined that one of the bank employees working at the time of the robbery had actually conspired with the three suspects. The third bank robber was not identified.

On Jan. 27, 2014, the two male robbers and the female bank employee were located in Atlanta, Georgia where they were arrested.

The male suspects who were arrested were identified as Marquis Wilson, 22, and Malcolm Moore, 20, both of Philadelphia. The bank employee, Calia Kane, 19, is also from Philadelphia.

Police continue to search for the third robbery suspect.

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