Fargo police apprehend downtown bank robbery suspect

A man resembling the bank's surveillance video images was booked into the Cass County Jail.

Troy Michael Maynard.
Cass County Jail photo

FARGO — Police arrested a man on suspicion of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Fargo on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 27.

Troy Michael Maynard, 57, was booked into the Cass County Jail. He's expected to be charged with robbery using strong arm tactics.

The robbery occurred just before 3 p.m. at the bank at 406 Main Ave.

Maynard, who has no permanent address, allegedly demanded money from a bank employee and was given an undisclosed amount of cash before leaving the bank, according to police.

At about 6:15 p.m., a police spokesman said Maynard was in custody.


It was not immediately known whether the robber had a weapon during the holdup.

In a surveillance image from the bank, the robber wore a cap with the words "Titleist" on it and a dark-colored coat with a fur-lined collar. The suspect was not wearing a mask.

bank robber
The Fargo Police Department is seeking public assistance in identifying this suspect following a Thursday robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 406 Main Ave. in Fargo.

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