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6/28/05-Marshall

Marshall Bank Robber Still On The Loose

Tuesday afternoon, around 2 o'clock, Marshall Police Officers responded to an alarm at Austin Bank, located at 1210 East Pinecrest Drive in Marshall, Texas. 

A second call was received through 911 Dispatch confirming that a bank robbery had occurred. 

The robber is a white male approximately 5’6” to 5’7” in height with an athletic build. He wore a gray or dirty white t-shirt, dark colored knee-length shorts with light colored stripes down each side. The suspect displayed a note to the teller, but no weapon was displayed. He also wore a dark colored ball cap and glasses with small round wire framed lenses. 

He was last seen walking out of the bank in an unknown direction with an undetermined amount of cash. The investigation is being conducted by the Marshall Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, East Texas Violent Crimes Task Force, and the Harrison County District Attorney’s office and is ongoing. 

Any information concerning this incident should be directed to the Marshall Police Department at 903-935-4593, the Marshall Harrison County Crimestoppers at 903-935-9969, or the Tyler Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation at 903-592-4301.

 

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