Police Arrest Suspect in Groton Bank Robbery - NBC Connecticut

Police Arrest Suspect in Groton Bank Robbery



    Police Arrest Suspect in Groton Bank Robbery
    Groton Police Department
    Groton police are looking for the man who robbed a Citizen's Bank on Wednesday afternoon.

    Groton police have arrested the man accused of robbing a Citizen's Bank on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

    Shelden Schuler, 39, is accused of walking into the bank at 816 Long Hill Road around 3 p.m., threatened the teller and took an unknown amount of money. Police said he fled on foot.

    A weapon was involved in the robbery but no one was injured, police said.

    He was arrested Nov. 25 after witnesses and community members helped police to identify him, authorites said.

    Police initially described the suspect as a black man standing about six feet tall and weighing 230 pounds. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a Boston Red Sox hat and a blue shirt with a design on the front, according to police.

    Schuler was arrested at the Walker Correctional Center in Suffield, where he was being held on unrelated charges.

    He's charged with second-degree robbery and third-degree larceny and was returned to the custody of the state Dept. of Corrections.