CLEVELAND — PNC is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the successful identification and prosecution of a man who robbed a Cleveland bank this week.
Authorities say it happened around 1:10 p.m. Tuesday as the unknown man walked into the bank, which is located in the 10900 block of Lorain Avenue.
“Don’t give me any bait or dye packs or I’ll shoot your head off,” the suspect allegedly told the teller, according to authorities. “Hurry up and give me the money.”
The teller complied with his demand and provided an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect took the cash and exited through the back doors. PNC employees ran out of the bank and saw the man fleeing on foot toward West 117th.
No weapon was observed and no injuries were reported.
The suspect is described as 6’ tall and between 140-150 pounds. He’s believed to be in his late 50s to early 50s with white/dirty blond hair. He was wearing a camouflage shirt with orange writing, a white surgical mask and light blue jeans.
Anybody with information is asked to contact the Cleveland Division of the FBI, the Cleveland Police Department or CrimeStoppers. Tipsters can remain anonymous.
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