Man hands teller $20, then robs bank of $100
SUMMIT — The surveillance picture is so good, police should be able to catch this bank robber in no time.
Police say he held up a Columbia Bank branch inside a Summit grocery store last Friday, according to The News Tribune.
He handed the teller a $20 bill, and a note asking for $100 more, the newpaper reports. The branch is located inside the Summit Trading Co. Food & Drug on the 10400 block of Canyon Road East.
The suspect is described as a Pacific Islander in his 40′s. He is 5′ 9″, with a heavy build, large belly, black hair, thin goatee, and at least one missing tooth. He was wearing a black Levis t-shirt with a motorcycle on the front and silver basketball shorts.
If you know who he is, please call Tacoma-Pierce County Crime Stoppers at 253-501-5959.