Two Homeless Men Charged With Wilmington Bank Robbery

On Wednesday, May 23, at approximately 12:43 pm, Wilmington Police were summoned to PNC Bank located in 1009 N. Union Street with regard to a ‘hold up’ alarm, according to police.

Officials said Upon officers arrival they were advised of a suspect description. Members of Patrol Division, ‘E Platoon’, conducted an area search for the suspects. During their search officers observed two subjects who matched the description and were located in the 600 block of Springer Street, according to police.

Officials said officers stopped both subjects without incident and appeared to be in possession of proceeds from the bank robbery.

Officials have identified the two robbery suspects as Alex Cunningham 18 and Joshua McMillan 36, both reported to be homeless.

Both subjects were charged with ROBBERY 1ST DEGREE and CONSPIRACY 2ND DEGREE. They were both transported to Howard Young Correctional Institute for each failing to post $50,000 cash bail.

If anyone has any information with regard to this investigation please contact DELAWARE CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-TIP-3333, or via their website:

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