Police are looking for a man who reportedly robbed the Wells Fargo Bank branch in Tremonton, Friday afternoon at 1:21 p.m.
Tremonton Police detective Andy Marchant said the man walked into the bank and ordered the employees onto the ground. He then jumped over the teller’s desk and ordered the tellers to open the money drawers.
All of the employees complied with the man’s orders. The suspect collected cash from the drawers and fled the bank on foot.
Marchant said the suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6’00” tall, and skinny. He was wearing a black warmup jacket and dark pants. The jacket had two white stripes down each sleeve, with a hood that was pulled up around his head. The man also was wearing a stocking cap with eye holes cut out of it.
The suspect reportedly ran into a nearby alleyway after leaving the bank.
Marchant said the case is currently being investigated by the FBI and the Tremonton Police Department. Anyone with information about the robbery or the suspects identity, is asked to call (435) 734-3866.
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