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Detectives Need the Public’s Help to ID Suspect in Chase Bank Robbery

 

HIGHLAND – Detectives from the Highland Station need the public’s help to identify the suspect who robbed a Chase Bank on Thursday.  At around 4:50 p.m. the Chase Bank located at 7195 Boulder Avenue was robbed by a White or Hispanic man. Authorities said that the man handed the teller a note demanding money and saying that he had a weapon.

The teller complied, handing the suspect around $5,000 in cash. The suspect is described as 5’6” tall, average build, and they believe that he may have been wearing a wig. He was last seen wearing a red button up long sleeve shirt and a black “Kango” style hat.

The suspect fled the scene and although police searched for the suspect, they were unable to locate him. The incident remains under investigation. Anyone who believes they know the identity of the suspect or has information on similar cases is asked to contact, Detective Mike Brandt or Jorge Lozano at the Highland Police Department at 909.425.9793.

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