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Marlborough Police make arrest in St. Mary's Credit Union robbery

Marlborough – The Marlborough Police Department has released a press statement about a robbery that occurred this morning at St. Mary's Credit Union on Northborough Road:

On December 7, 2012 at approximately 09:04 am Marlborough Police responded to St. Mary's Credit Union located at 1 Northborough Road East for a reported hold-up alarm- an additional 911 call from the bank verified that a robbery had occurred at this location. The first officers on scene provided an initial description of the suspect, the vehicle used to flee the scene, as well as the suspect's direction of travel. It was learned that no weapon had been shown by the suspect and a written note had been passed demanding money.

Within minutes officers observed a vehicle matching the description provided by bank employees a short distance from the bank and upon stopping the vehicle, the operator identified as Alexander Bardash(04/29/1976) was taken into custody.

Inside of Mr. Bardash's vehicle, officers located items which tied him to the robbery and during a subsequent interview with officers, Mr. Bardash made statements which further verified his involvement as the sole participant in the robbery. Mr. Bardash was charged with Unarmed Robbery and Destruction of Property.

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