Police: Man behind Milford bank robbery captured

Police say Paul Bamm, 37, passed a teller a note threatening to shoot if he didn't hand over cash.

Police say Paul Bamm, 37, passed a teller a note threatening to shoot if he didn't hand over cash. (4/14/16)

MILFORD - Milford police say they have identified and tracked down the man who held up a bank.

Police say 37-year-old Paul Bamm robbed the People's United Bank on Broad Street yesterday afternoon.

Investigators say Bamm handed a teller a note that said, "Give me the money and you won't get shot."

Police say they were able to track down Bamm this morning with the help of Bridgeport and Fairfield police.

Bamm is being held on $250,000 bond.

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