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Police issue description of Farrell bank robber

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FARRELL, Penn. - Southwest Regional Police have issued description of the man sought in connection with a bank robbery.

Investigators say that a man walked into the First National Bank on Indiana Avenue in Farrell just after ten a.m. on Thursday and handed the teller a note demanding money.

After getting the cash, the suspect fled westward on foot.

Police say the suspect did not show a weapon.

A news release from police includes a description of the suspect.

  • Black male
  • Medium dark skinned
  • Ht. 5' 2" - 5' 5"
  • Husky build
  • Gray hoodie
  • Dark pants
  • Sunglasses

No one was injured.

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