First Tennessee Bank robbed at gunpoint - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

First Tennessee Bank robbed at gunpoint

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MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

Memphis Police Department is looking for a man accused of robbing a bank Saturday afternoon.

Police said man with a weapon robbed First Tennessee Bank on North Watkins at 12:35.

Investigators said the robber posed as a customer. He got in line with other customers, but when he got to the bank teller he pulled out a silver and black handgun and demanded money.

Once he received money, he ran off.

No injuries were reported during the robbery.

The suspect is about 25-30 years old. He was wearing a green hoodie, black coat, grey jeans, and a black skull cap.

If you can identify the suspect, contact Memphis Police Department.

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