WOODBRIDGE, Va. – After a Bank of America in Woodbridge was robbed Thursday afternoon, police quickly apprehended their suspect.

Bank employees told police a man walked into the bank at 13976 Jefferson Davis Highway at 1:36 p.m. and approached the counter, handed the teller a note demanding cash, and then implied he had a weapon but never displayed one. The teller handed over the cash and the man fled the scene, according to police documents.

The man was found about a block away on Church Hill Drive and Prince William Parkway. No one was injured in the incident.

Khalil Ibrahim Sillah, 27, of 4728 Kellogg Mill Drive in Woodbridge, is charged with robbery. He is scheduled to be in court June 19 and was held without bond.

One Response to “Woodbridge Bank Robbery Suspect in Custody” (Leave a Comment)

  1. SteveS says:

    That’s one way to get a snazzy orange jumpsuit.  ;-)

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