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TD Bank revealed last week that it planned to continue expanding across the city. One person who isn't so thrilled to see the former Commerce Bank take over NYC: Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, who sent off an angry letter to TD management this week because he says the company doesn't do enough to prevent robberies. Case in point: Robbers have hit 11 TD branches so far this year and in one of the more recent incidents, the bandit only managed to successfully rip off TD after he failed at three Chase branches beforehand. Kelly is now demanding the bank install barriers in front of tellers' windows, eye-level cameras, and "countertops designed to leave clear fingerprints." (Creepy!) Also: Holding up banks seems to be turning into a popular recession-time activity: Bank robberies jumped 57% in 2008 and are up 26% through March 1 of this year.