Jeffrey Wolfman, was observed to fall stolen U.S. currency after a bank robbery Wednesday in Bedminster, a prosecutor says.
(Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office)
A New Jersey man charged with robbing a bank left an obvious paper trail for the police, researchers say.
Jeffrey Wolfman, a 32-year-old man from Milltown, was Wednesday arrested after repeatedly falling money stolen from a Bedminster bank, the Somerset County Prosecutor announced.
“Witnesses observed defendant Wolfman on a nearby side street removing his clothing of clothing during the drop of the AMERICAN currency on the ground,” the agency said in a statement.
Authorities said a man went to the Peapack-Gladstone Bank and demanded a teller to hand over money for the flight on the foot.
When the police later caught up to Wolfman, they said he was wearing clothing that matched a description provided by a bank employee.
Wolfman, the official said, and then “showed a number of of the AMERICAN currency on the ground which was restored as probable proceeds of the bank robbery.”
He was charged with second-degree robbery and is being held in a local jail pending a detention hearing.