Arrest made in Mooresville bank robbery


Pictured above: Bradley Clyne – Pictures courtesy of the Mooresville Police Department


On Wednesday July 24, 2019 around 6:30 p.m., Mooresville Officer J. Ramey was patrolling Hwy 150 when he spotted a blue in color Chevrolet Aveo. The vehicle matched the description of the suspect vehicle from the robbery that occurred at Fifth Third Bank on Tuesday. Officer Ramey stopped the vehicle to investigate. The driver, Bradley Joseph Clyne, 58, of Mooresville was arrested and charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the bank robbery. Clyne was transported to the Iredell County Jail where he received a $150,000 secured bond.


MOORESVILLE, NC: At approximately 11:18 am on July 23, a robbery was reported at Fifth Third Bank, 498 River Highway. Employees stated a male suspect entered the business, demanded money, and left with an undetermined amount of cash. A weapon was not displayed.

Bank employees described the suspect as a white male speaking in a Scottish or English accent, wearing blue jeans, dark colored poncho-type hoodie, gloves and sunglasses. He has a slim build, is approximately 5’10” feet in height, with a gray goatee, and in his early to mid-fifties. The suspect left on foot then got into a blue vehicle, possibly a Chevrolet Aveo or Cobalt passenger car with chrome trim around the trunk area.

An investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Vanderbilt with the Mooresville Police Department at 704-664-3311.

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