Maple Shade Police arrested a Cherry Hill woman accused of participating in a Bensalem, PA bank robbery earlier this week.
Police arrested Deana Paulik, 24, along with Philadelphia resident Joseph Coraluzzi, 32, Wednesday and charged them with robbing a Fulton Bank branch Tuesday, according to a report from Bensalem Police.
A man in a black hooded sweatshirt and black shorts—later identified as Coraluzzi—walked into the Fulton Bank at 2100 Street Road just before 1 p.m. Tuesday, police said, handed a teller a note demanding money, and got away with an unspecified amount of cash.
Coraluzzi's note included the threat of a handgun, police said, but he never showed a weapon during the robbery.
Maple Shade Police arrested Coraluzzi and Paulik, who was a passenger in the car, following a car stop Wednesday, Bensalem Police said.
Paulik, who police said helped write the note and hid the cash following the robbery, was charged with robbery and conspiracy and was taken to the Bucks County Jail in default of 10 percent of $750,000 bail.
Coraluzzi was set to be held in New Jersey until he waives extradition, then he will be brought back to Bucks County, police said.