Owensboro Police searching for bank robbery suspect | News
OWENSBORO, KY (WFIE)- Owensboro Police continue to look for the suspect in a bank robbery.
Police say a man walked into the Fifth-Third Bank on Frederica Street Saturday morning, said he had a gun and got away with cash.
Police say they have a vehicle description for the suspect, and they have some very clear pictures as well. Now, they're asking for the public's help in making an arrest.
Owensboro Police Officer Michael Hathaway says the robbery happened at about 1-:30 Saturday morning.
"A white male subject had entered the bank, went up to one of the tellers and demanded money," he said. "Now during that process, he state he did have a weapon. But he never did brandish the weapon, at any point."
Owensboro Police provided 14 News with surveillance photos that they say show the suspect taking the money, while his other hand is on the gun he claims to have.
"We do have good photos," noted Hathaway. "He's about 5'8" to 5'10", medium build, left in a dark-colored Chevy impala or some type of similar vehicle."
Hathaway says the suspect's getaway car was driven by an accomplice, who may become a part of the investigation as well. And he says the bank is trying to figure out how much money this man got away with.
"If anyone has any information or any tips, please feel free to call. We will definitely follow up on all the tips that we do have come in."
Hathaway says Saturday's robbery was the third to happen in Owensboro over a two-month span. He says he doesn't believe these bank robberies are connected, though they are investigating all possibilities.
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