Arrest Made in Monday’s Berkshire Bank Robbery
An arrest has been made in connection with Monday's bank robbery at Berkshire Bank.
The Pittsfield Police Department announced the arrest of 37-year-old Christopher Rock at a Seymour Street residence. Rock allegedly robbed the Berkshire Bank located at 165 Elm Street without a weapon.
"The suspect presented a note and demanded money in certain denominations. The suspect fled the bank on foot with an undetermined amount of cash," according to the PPD.
Pittsfield Police K-9 Sergeant James Parise was called to the scene, according to PPD officials. A K-9 track was conducted which resulted in additional evidence being located. Additional information obtained led investigators to a Seymour Street residence where Rock was located and arrested without incident.
Rock was transported to the Pittsfield Police Department where he was charged with Unarmed Robbery and Possession of Class A, Heroin.
He will be arraigned in Pittsfield District Court on Tuesday.