Robber sought in theft of $100,000 from Pellston bank

Northern Michigan authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a man who brandished a semiautomatic handgun in a bank robbery that netted him more than $100,000.
AP Wire
Nov 17, 2011

The Emmet County Sheriff’s Department said it happened about 9:40 a.m. Wednesday at a Citizen’s National Bank branch in Pellston.

Sgt. J.L. Sumpter has released a photo of the robber — a slender white man between 6-foot and 6-foot-3, and 20-30 years old. Sumpter said the robber wore a blue puffy coat, jeans, white shoes, mirror aviator sunglasses, fur bomber hat, and dark camouflage bandanna as a face mask.

Sumpter said the suspect fled a four-door tan-colored sedan, with paint chipped from the front right bumper.

The department asks anyone with information to call 231-439-8901.
 

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