Fourth person arrested in connection with Woodbridge bank robbery

Mary Brooks (Photo: Woodbridge Police)

WOODBRIDGE Conn. (WTNH) – Woodbridge police have arrested a fourth person in connection with a bank robbery that happened earlier this month. Mary Brooks, 45 of New Haven is charged with Conspiracy to Commit Robbery 1st Degree and Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3rd Degree.  Police got a call March 9th 2014, around 12:45 p.m. from the TD Bank at 128 Amity Road in Woodbridge.  Two men walked in and demanded money from a teller.  Witnesses say the robbers were black men dressed in black, wearing masks.  They took off in a tan car with New Jersey plates.  Police say four people were waiting in the car.  Police found the car in New Haven but it was empty.

Last October Woodbridge police went to South Carolina and arrested Zakea and Jermaine Brooks on outstanding warrants related to the bank robbery, and brought them back to Connecticut to face charges.  In December of last year police arrested Jermaine Cowan, 35 of New Haven also in Connection to the robbery.

Mary Brooks is being held on $150,000 bond and is due in New Haven Superior Court on Tuesday for arraignment.

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