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Austintown police release photos of Huntington Bank robber

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -

The Austintown Police Department are looking for a suspect that was involved in the robbery at a Huntington Bank. 

The robbery occurred at about 2:25 pm Wednesday afternoon. 

Police are looking for a man who is about 5'9, 180 pounds. He was wearing dark clothing, with a black coat, what appears to be black leather boots and a black stocking cap. 

According to police, the man pictured handed a note to the bank teller that said, "This is a robbery. I have a gun."

After the bank teller read the note she looked up at the suspect who then confirmed it was a bank robbery. The teller proceeded to give the suspect all of the money from her drawer and the suspect fled the business on foot. 

According to authorities, Huntington Bank employees couldn't see which direction the suspect fled. 

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect or on the robbery should contact Det. Sgt. Jordan Yacovone at (330) 270-5109. You can also contact the APD Tip Line at (330) 270-5108.

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