HAMILTON: Bank robber still at large
Police seek help in finding suspect who demanded cash at First Bank branch
HAMILTON — Police are seeking a man who took an undetermined amount of money in a reported robbery Monday at a First Bank branch on Kuser Road.
Police were called to the bank at 4 p.m. on the report that a white man, between 5 feet 9 inches and 6 feet tall, weighing between 150 and 170 pounds, with a thin build and brown hair, unshaven with a goatee and wearing a dark colored coat and pants, walked up to a teller and demanded money. The suspect took an undetermined amount and walked out of the bank.
Police said the suspect may have fled in an older model, gray SUV with roof racks.
The drama pitting the Institute for Advanced Study against the Friends of Princeton Battlefield reached a critical point two weeks ago when the D & R Canal Commission, which a few days before rendered a decision failing to approve the institute’s housing development in the Battlefield area, reversed course and approved the application based on a change of vote by one member, a state employee.
The following letter was read as a petition to the Princeton Council at its Feb. 24 meeting:
Ron Lessard, Princeton
Philip Abram, Princeton
Intimate and Powerful
Maureen McGovern is bringing her tribute to female singer-songwriters to New Hope
MAUREEN McGovern was performing at an AIDS benefit in San Francisco several years ago, an event that also featured fellow singer Helen Reddy, a contemporary of Ms. McGovern’s during the 1970s.
After 9/11, Ms. Reddy — the “Queen of ‘70s Pop” as she was known during that decade — quit performing for a time and returned to her native Australia, where she became a licensed hypnotherapist.
The San Francisco benefit would be Ms. Reddy’s first time back performing on stage in a while.
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