Have you seen this armed bank robber? [PICTURES]
The robber grabbed cash around 9 a.m. this morning.
Minneapolis police and the the FBI are asking for any information that could help them track down an armed man who stuck-up a US Bank this morning.
The man pulled a handgun on the teller at the branch at 2338 Central Avenue Northeast, and demanded cash. After an exchange, the man took matters into his own hands, hopping over the counter and grabbing some money for himself.
The man fled the bank immediately after, and no one was hurt. Now he's a wanted man, and cops are asking for help in tracking down his identity and location.
If you know who he is, it won't be hard to pick him out: In a couple of the surveillance tape shots, the man looks right into the camera.
The robbery took place around 9:00 a.m., and lasted a matter of minutes.
The man is described as black, five-foot-seven, with a medium build. He was wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt, and brandished a silver handgun.
Anyone with information that could lead to this guy's identification or arrest can take their pick of where to send the tip: The FBI can be reached at 612-376-3200; the Minneapolis Police Department is taking calls at (612) 673- 5701, or you can call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.
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