He had sunglasses. but they were on top of his head.
He has distinctive tattoos, but he didn't cover them up.
And the bank gave him a dye pack in the money.
Nonetheless, he's still on the loose.
Witnesses told police that the man came into the Uptown bank and presented a note to the teller while also saying, "give me money and nobody will get hurt."
He got the money—about $500 worth—and then fled in an unknown direction.
The offender is described as a white man in mid-40's to early 50's. He's about 6' tall, 200 pounds, balding, unshaven, has a forearm full of tattoos, and wore a gray T-Shirt with the letters USA written in red, white, and blue letters.
Image: The suspect is seen in a bank surveillance image from the FBI.
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