Suspected North Conway TD Bank Robber Arrested

by Tony on December 5, 2016

andrew-j-gray-jrPolice Photo – 21-year-old Andrew J. Gray Jr.

Police have arrested a man for robbing the North Conway TD Bank last year. According to Conway Police Lt. Christopher Mattei after a yearlong investigation into the armed robbery 21-year-old Andrew J. Gray Jr. turned himself in on Saturday (December 3rd).

According to the Conway Police at around 11:34 on November 13th 2015 a suspect walked into the bank from the south side carrying a semi-automatic handgun and proceeded to point it at the tellers and customers. He demanded and received an undisclosed amount of money before exiting the bank and fled on foot towards the North South Road on Grove Street. Witnesses described the suspect as a man wearing a blond wig, sunglasses, a white hooded sweatshirt and dark Ugg style boots.

The investigation was lead by Conway Detectives Ryan Wallace and Ryan True and involved anonymous tips from concerned citizens, witness interviews, grand jury subpoenas, and the seizure of physical evidence. Gray is being charged with Robbery and faces up to 20 years in prison because he used a gun to commit the crime. Gray appeared in court on December 5, 2016 at 10:30 am and was held on $10,000.00 cash only with a probable cause hearing set for December 13, 2016 at 1:00 pm.

The Conway Police Department considers this case to be ongoing until a conviction has been reached and asks any individual(s) with additional information on Gray or the TD Bank robbery to contact the Conway Police Department Investigative Services Division at 603-356-5715.

The following agencies assisted in this joint investigation; Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, New Hampshire State Police, Bartlett Police Department, Madison Police Department, Oxford County Sheriff’s Department, Carroll County Department of Corrections, Laconia Police Department, Nashua Police Department, Peabody Police Department, Lynn Police Department, Beverly Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation. Without their assistance an arrest would not have been made.