NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – A man accused of robbing a bank in Northampton on Saturday was arrested in Springfield Sunday.
Northampton Police Capt. John Cartledge told 22News surveillance footage helped lead to the arrest of 41 year-old Sean E. Moynihan, of Holyoke. Moynihan allegedly robbed the TD bank located at 175 Main Street just before 9:00 Saturday morning and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Just a day later, Springfield police arrested Moynihan and took him to the Northampton Police Department. The Holyoke resident is being charged with armed robbery.
Police located Moynihan at Union Station in Springfield after Northampton police received a call bout a someone matching his description getting on a bus.
Springfield police said Moynihan tried to run away after police saw him, but was arrested after he showed great restraint, punching the arresting officer multiple times with a close fist.
Police said Moynihan had a bus ticket to Boston, which was scheduled to leave 30 minutes after his arrest.
Moynihan was booked in Springfield and returned to the Northampton Police Department afterwards.