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Philadelphia man gets 5 years for bank robbery spree in Pennsylvania, New Jersey

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CAMDEN, New Jersey — A federal judge in Camden has sentenced a Philadelphia man to five years in prison for a string of bank robberies in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Nathaniel Stroud had pleaded guilty to robbing two banks and admitted robbing three more in 2013 and 2014. The 34-year-old hit two banks in Philadelphia in addition to a Roma Bank in Delran, a TD Bank in Willingboro and a 1st Constitution Bank in Hightstown.

Stroud admitted his method of operation was to hand a note to a teller demanding money and threatening the use of a gun.

The judge who sentenced him Friday also sentenced him to serve three years of supervised release and pay restitution of $21,640.

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