Police Take Convicted Bank Robber Into Custody For Cambridge Heist

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A documented thief has allegedly resumed his practice, as police took him into custody and accused him of robbing a bank along the Alewife Brook Parkway in Cambridge on Monday.

Officials say the suspect passed a note during the robbery, though no weapon was shown.

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The Cambridge Police Department says the accused, Kim Daley aged in his early fifties, was brought into custody thanks to timely and coordinated work between an off-duty officer and patrol units. According to police, Daley has been arrested in the past for similar incidents and bank robberies in the area.

Daley was spotted by an off-duty officer in a grocery store and taken into custody while inside a pharmacy on River Street, police said.

Back in 2016, Daley was charged with robbing three financial institutions: East Cambridge Saving Bank and Naveo Credit Union in Cambridge and a Rockland Trust bank in Allston. Later that year, Daley was sentenced to 100 months in prison, three years of supervised release and restitution of $8,339.

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