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Man Hands Teller Note, Leaves With Cash In West Deptford Bank Robbery

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A man is captured by a surveillance camera Wednesday. Investigators believe he is the suspect in a bank robbery in West Deptford. (FBI) A man is captured by a surveillance camera Wednesday. Investigators believe he is the suspect in a bank robbery in West Deptford. (FBI)
The FBI says a man walked into a West Deptford bank Wednesday and handed a teller a demanding note. (FBI) The FBI says a man walked into a West Deptford bank Wednesday and handed a teller a demanding note. (FBI)
WEST DEPTFORD, N.J. -

Police in West Deptford, New Jersey along with members of the FBI are searching for a man who they say walked into a bank Wednesday, handed a teller a demand note and left with cash.

The robbery happened shortly after 2 p.m. at the Bank of America branch on the 800 block of Mantua Avenue.

Police say the man handed the teller a demand note and then left after obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash.

The suspect is described as a white man between 25 to 30-years of age, standing 5'10" tall with a medium build. The man was last seen wearing a white zip-front hooded sweatshirt with striped trip on the shoulders and sleeves and a dark pull-on hat.

Investigators ask that anyone with information about the robbery call the FBI at 856-795-9556 or the West Deptford Police Department, 856-853-4599.

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