Update: Suspect still at large in Prescott Valley bank heist, FBI assisting on case
Man passes note to teller demanding cash, flees with $1,545
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Police continue to look for a man who allegedly robbed the Credit Union West bank in Prescott Valley using a only a note to nab more than $1,500 in cash before fleeing on foot Friday afternoon.
The suspect, described as a white male, 6-foot-2, medium build, in his 50s with a salt and pepper-colored beard, reportedly walked in to the Credit Union West bank at 8640 East AZ-69 around 1 p.m. Friday and demanded the teller to hand over cash.
After the teller complied, the man walked out of the bank with $1,545 from just one register, according to Prescott Valley Police. No weapon was reportedly seen during the robbery.
The suspect was last seen heading northbound on foot on Navajo Drive. He wore a red collared shirt, blue jeans with holes at the knees, a brown fedora and sunglasses.
No dye packs were attached to the money the man took, according to police.
Prescott Valley PD confirmed the FBI has been notified and is currently assisting on the case.
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For anyone with information on the suspect, please contact the Prescott Valley Police Department at 928-772-5114. Those with information can also call Yavapai Silent Witness at 800-932-3232.
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