Manchester man sentenced in three Queen City bank robberies
CONCORD- A Manchester man was sentenced to serve prison time for robbing three banks in Manchester last year.
Eric Michael D'Aoust 30, will serve 30 months in federal prison for last year's November robberies.
D'Aoust, who was arrested near the scene of one of the robberies, was indicted in January and pleaded guilty to charges in March.
Bank employees at the Granite Street Credit Union at 1415 Elm Street identified D'Aoust with the help of surveillance video after the November 9 robbery. On November 12 D'Aoust robbed the TD Bank at 300 Franklin Street and the following day robbed the TD Bank at 1255 South Willow Street.
D'Aoust was arrested on November 13, 2015 near the South Willow bank shortly after the robbery.
In a statement Thursday United States Attorney Emily Gray Rice said in each robbery D'Aoust showed a note to bank tellers demanding they give him all of the cash in their drawers.
When arrested, D'Aoust had cash matching the amount reportedly taken in the South Willow Street robbery.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation assisted the Manchester Police Department in the investigation.