On September 21 at 4:34 PM, officers responded to the Wells Fargo bank located at 12711 Marblestone Dr in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate initial reports of a panic alarm activation. As officers were arriving on the scene, they determined the bank was being robbed and observed a possible suspect, later identified as the accused, exit the front door, and run towards Prince William Pkwy. Officers, including a police K-9, chased the suspect who was seen pulling on several door handles of vehicles stopped at the traffic signal at the nearby intersection with Ridgefield Rd. The police K-9 and handler were able to detain the accused in the roadway. The investigation revealed the accused entered the bank and approached a teller where he passed a note demanding money and implying he was armed with a bomb. The accused took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the bank and encountering police in the parking lot. The note and money were subsequently recovered. The accused was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries from the apprehension involving the police K-9. Following the investigation, the accused, identified as Peter MULLINS, was arrested.
Arrested on September 21: Peter MULLINS, 41, of 13205 Haddock Rd in Woodbridge Charged with robbery and threats to bomb Court Date: Pending | Bond: Unavailable -more