Delray Beach Police Bust Alleged Bank Robber

Nicholas Mirisola Booking Photo | Courtesy: Delray Beach Police Department.

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( — Delray Beach Police tell us that they have arrested a suspect in a bank robbery — thanks to a police officer’s phenomenal observation skills.

According to police:

Nicholas Mirisola walked into the Suntrust Bank located at 1800 S. Federal Highway in Delray Beach and passed a note to a teller demanding money. The teller gave Nicholas an undisclosed amount of money.  Nicholas left the bank and took a taxi to leave the area.


A Delray Beach Police Officer saw a photo of Nicholas in the bank and was able to identify him from a prior contact. Nicholas’ identity was confirmed through fingerprints.


On 06/13/12, Nicholas was arrested and charged with the robbery. He is currently in Palm Beach County Jail. A picture of Nicholas is attached.

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