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Citizens Bank robbed in Manchester
CITIZENS BANK branch on Elm Street was robbed Wednesday by a man who claimed to have a gun and threatened to hurt a teller and bank customers./Courtesy Photo
Police said the robber told a teller he had a weapon, although none was shown, and threatened to hurt both her and other customers. The teller handed him an undisclosed amount of cash and he fled the 875 Elm St. bank with it.
The robber is described as a clean shaven, 6-foot white man, 50 to 60 years old, weighing between 200 and 220 pounds. He wore a dark blue sweatshirt under a hooded, brown Carhartt jacket with a maroon and gray scarf wrapped around the collar. He also wore a black knit cap and khaki pants.
Patrol officers as well as police dogs searched the heavily traveled area but did not find the robber.
Police released a photo of the robber, recorded on the bank's video surveillance system.
Anyone with information about the man or the robbery is asked to call police at 668-8711 or Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.
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