Sequim police issue composite of bank robber

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SEQUIM — Police released a composite sketch today of a man sought in the Monday morning robbery of KeyBank on North Dunlap Street.

The man — who was wearing a grotesque mask — entered the bank branch, approached a teller, announced a robbery and fled on foot to the west of the bank. Witnesses saw him hop on a mountain bike where he made his escape into the neighborhood north of the bank, according to police.

He was described as a white male in his 30s to mid-40s, more than six feet tall and around 180 pounds with an “athletic” build.

He wore blue denim jeans and white athletic shoes. He carried a canvas-type shopping bag that he presented to the tellers to put money in.

He wore a latex type mask of either a dragon or demon, latex gloves that appeared oversized and in poor condition, and a hooded jacket that covered his head. The suspect was given the teller’s tray money and then moved to another teller, who gave him a stack of one-dollar bills and a few rolls of coins.

The suspect dropped the coins at the teller window before he fled.

No weapon was seen or mentioned during the robbery.

If you have information about the man, contact Detective Sgt. Sean Madison at Sequim Police Department, 360-683-7227.

Last modified: September 29. 2011 3:37PM
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