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NEW PHOTOS: Robbery At Banner Bank On N. Division; Suspect On The Loose

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KHQ.COM - On Friday the Spokane Police Dept. sent out new photos from the Banner Bank robbery that happened at the N. Division location on 11/14/13. You can view the photos in the slideshow above.

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: The Spokane Police Department is seeking help from the public to identify a bank robbery suspect. The robbery occurred late Thursday afternoon at the Banner Bank in the 6600 block of N. Division.  

Spokane Police officers responded to the Banner Bank in the 66oo block of N. Division on the report of a robbery just before 5:00pm on Thursday. Responding officers contacted bank staff who confirmed that a white male had robbed the bank and left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

He is described as a white male, approximately six foot tall, stocky build, wearing a light colored jacket over a red sweatshirt, dark colored hat, and blue jeans (see attached photos). No weapon was displayed and none of the staff was injured during the robbery.

>>>Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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