Police looking for possible serial bank robber

Police looking for possible serial bank robber
SOURCE: North Canton Police
SOURCE: North Canton Police

NORTH CANTON, OH (WOIO) - North Canton Police say the Huntington National Bank inside the Giant Eagle store at 1955 Easton Street N. E. was robbed at about 6:02 p.m. Friday.

The lone suspect approached the bank teller and gave produced a note with a handwritten message stating that he needed 100s, 50s, and 20s out of the drawer and no dye packs.

The suspect mentioned twice that he had a gun and put his hand on his waist as he said it, but no gun was seen.  The suspect then fled the store; no suspect vehicle was seen.

Police describe the suspect as possibly a white male with dark complexion, 30-35 years of age, 5' 10" tall, 175 pounds.

He was wearing a white polo style short-sleeved shirt with black or dark blue horizontal stripes, black shorts, black shoes, and a black hat with a brim.

It is believed this same suspect may be responsible for a total of 4 bank robberies in the area.

The FBI and North Canton Police Department are continuing this investigation.  Anyone with information should call the North Canton Police Department Detective Bureau at 330-499-5911 or the FBI at 330-456-6200.

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