UPDATED: PHOTO: Police Looking for Jackson Bank Robber

suspectUPDATED: Lakewood Police and Police from surrounding Townships are on the lookout for a man who has reportedly robbed a Santander bank in Jackson moments ago.

The Jackson Police Department has released the attached photo and information:

On Friday February 14, 2014 at 10:22 am, Jackson Police Officers responded to the Santander Bank at 741 Brewers Bridge Road, which is near the intersection of West Countyline Road, on the report of a bank robbery.

The suspect pictured was identified as a white male, approximately 5’-10” to 6’-00” tall with light skin and a stocky or overweight build. He was wearing a multi colored hat, dark sunglasses and dark colored pants. He also had on a dark colored, hooded Carhartt jacket which appeared to have what was described as paint or wall spackle stains on it.

He handed a bank employee a note which claimed that he had a gun and demanded money, he did not speak.

He was last observed leaving the area in a gray or silver older model four door sedan, unknown make or model, on Brewers Bridge Road.

More information may be released as it becomes available. Anyone who may have witnessed anything is asked to contact Jackson Police Detective Mitch Cowit at 732-833-3012 or Detective Ed Howe at 732-833-3025.


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