Augusta Police Ask for the Public’s Help Naming a Robbery Suspect
Augusta Police have released pictures of a bank robbery suspect, in hopes that someone will recognize him.
When and Where Was the Robbery?
Officials say the incident happened at around 11:30 Saturday morning at the Camden National Bank branch on Armory Street in Augusta. A witness called 911 and told the dispatcher that an unidentified man had walked into the bank, displayed a gun and demanded an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect then left the bank before police arrived on the scene. There's no information about whether the suspect was on foot or if they got into a vehicle.
What Does the Suspect Look Like?
Now, police have released security camera images of the robber, who's described as a white male, about 5 feet 7 inches tall, and between 150 and 180 pounds. Witnesses say he was wearing a light-colored mask, a jacket, and dark athletic pants that may have had a white stripe. They're hoping someone will recognize the person and let investigators know where they can find him.
Who Do I Call If I Have Information?
Anyone who thinks they may recognize the suspect is encouraged to reach out to the Augusta Police Department, as well as anyone who may have information about the suspect's whereabouts. They can call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at 207-626-2370, extension 3418. In addition, information can be left anonymously on the department's tipline, through the Augusta Police Department's app.
There's no indication that anyone was hurt in the incident. This armed robbery remains under investigation.
We'll update this story as more details become available.