The suspect in multiple bank robberies across Connecticut and one in Nashua, NH., may have struck again, this time at a Thomaston bank Friday morning, police said.
Zachary Provost, 32, of Waterbury, was identified as the suspect in the robbery of the Thomaston Savings Bank, at 508 South Main St., about 11 a.m. on Friday, police said.
Provost was identified as a suspect in robberies at the Key Bank on West Main Street in Avon on Wednesday and in a bank robbery in Nashua, NH. bank on Monday. “Provost is currently wanted for other robberies and larcenies in multiple other towns and is believed to be in the Waterbury area frequently,” said Jeffrey Madden, Thomaston’s chief of police.
According to Thomaston police, Provost displayed a silver handgun to an employee during the Friday robbery. No one was injured.
The Thomaston robber fled in a red Ford Explorer. On Wednesday, the robber left the Avon bank in a white, 4-door sedan; on Monday in Nashua, he fled in a red Dodge Ram pick up truck, police said.
The Thomaston, Avon and Nashua police departments are asking anyone with information on Provost’s whereabouts to contact their local police department, Thomaston police 860-282-4343, Avon police detective division at 860-409-4230 or Nashua police at 630-594-3500.