Bank Robber’s Request for Parole Denied

gavelBARNSTABLE – The state parole board rejected a request for release by a man convicted of robbing a Cotuit bank in 1993.

Salahuddin Ali was found guilty of holding up the Plymouth Savings Bank while he was masked. He received a life sentence for the armed robbery.

Two accomplices, Anthony Rose and Myles Miranda, were also convicted in connection with the robbery.

Ali is next eligible for parole in 5 years.
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