On July 16th 2018, at approx. 5:33pm, Officers responded to a report of a robbery at the TD Bank located at 323 Hancock St. The suspect was described as a white male wearing a white hat and shirt, with a brace on his elbow and tattoos on his forearms. The suspect passed a note saying he had a weapon.
Officers arrived on scene and began to interview the victim and witnesses. Meanwhile, responding units began to attempt to locate the suspect with the assistance of a tracking device that had been placed into the cash given to the suspect. At approx. 5:42pm, Detective Wash observed a male matching the description of the suspect walking in the area of Harriet Av (a short distance down the street from the bank). When Detective Wash identified himself and attempted to speak with the suspect, the male sprinted away. He ran down the street and into the rear yard of a residence on Harriet Av before disappearing over a fence in the direction of Montclair Av. Detective Wash described the white male as having tattoos on his forearms and wearing a gray shirt and tan shorts. A perimeter was established in the area. The tracking device was found dismantled on Montclair Ave.
At approximately 6:15pm, Detective Cassidy noticed a resident returning to their home on Montclair Av. Detective Cassidy, knowing that the suspect may be in the area and possibly armed with a gun, decided to check the resident's yard to ensure it was safe. As he checked their yard and an adjacent yard, he observed the suspect hiding in a pile of debris.
A Show-Up Identification was conducted and the victim teller positively identified the suspect as the person who had robbed the bank.
Adam Kane, 37, of Market St, Rockland was placed under arrest and transported to the Quincy Police Station. He was charged with Armed Robbery, Disorderly Conduct, and Resisting Arrest.