Bank robber thwarted by postal worker in Concord pleads guilty
CONCORD — Scott Lojko, 40, pleaded guilty on a federal indictment charging him with bank robbery.
According to statements, Lojko robbed a Bank of New Hampshire branch on 167 N. Main Street in Concord on May 18, 2015.
Police who arrested Lojko after the robbery, said they were helped by a postal service worker who crossed paths with the man while making routine deliveries.
Lojko approached the teller with a demand note directing her to "relax and act normal" and to hand over "all the money" which she did, giving him approximately $6,090 in bank funds.
He fled the bank on foot before arriving at his parked car.
Police were able to identify Lojko from the surveillance video and several civilian resources.
A few days later officials found the clothes Lojko was wearing during the robbery and $4,510.
His plea agreement includes 48 months incarceration. A sentence hearing has been scheduled for August 23, 2016. At the time, the court will decide whether to accept the plea agreement.