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Corona Police are Asking for the Public’s Help to ID Bank Robbery Suspect

Corona Police are Asking for the Public’s Help to ID Bank Robbery Suspect

CORONA – The  Corona Police Department are asking for the public’s help to identify a bank robbery suspect. On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at around 11:40 a.m. a robbery suspect walked into the Pacific Western Bank, located at 1050 West Sixth Street in the City of Corona. The suspect handed the teller a note, which demanded money.

The male suspect was described to have white facial hair and white hair in a short ponytail. He was last seen wearing an olive green long-sleeved sweater, black pants, glasses, and a baseball cap with duct tape on the bill. The teller complied with his demands and the suspect placed the case in a large envelope that he brought to the store with him. He left the bank heading eastbound on W. Sixth Street.

If you recognize this suspect, or have information about this case, please contact Det. Mario Hernandez at (951)279-3659 or via email at Mario.Hernandez@CoronaCA.gov

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  • Corona Bank Robbery: Corona PD