Man Dons 'Fighting Irish' Sweatshirt To Rob Mayfair Bank - New York News

Man Dons 'Fighting Irish' Sweatshirt To Rob Mayfair Bank

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PHILADELPHIA -

The FBI and Philadelphia police are trying to find the man seen on surveillance video wearing a Notre Dame "Fighting Irish" sweatshirt as he robbed a bank Wednesday morning.

The robbery occurred at 10:08 a.m. at the PNC Bank branch located at 6855 Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia's Mayfair section.

The man entered the bank, showed a small, silver handgun and demanded money from a teller. After getting an undisclosed amount of cash, the man ran away north on Frankford Avenue then east on Longshore Avenue.

He's described as a black or Hispanic male in his 20s, approximately 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 9 inches tall, with a medium build and light complexion. He wore a light blue or gray bandanna over his face, the dark-blue hooded sweatshirt with the "Fighting Irish logo on the front, along with a dark-colored pants and black gloves.

The man is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about him or this robbery is urged to call the FBI at 215-418-4000 or the Philadelphia Police Department. There may be a reward for information leading to his capture, and tipsters can remain anonymous.

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