December 01, 2017
Southington : Bank Branch
On December 1, 2017, a Caucasian male wearing a black hooded zip front sweatshirt, dark jeans, black knit North Face hat, glasses and boots, entered the Southington-Main Street, CT location and went to the check writing station. The unknown subject approached the teller and asked to make a withdrawal and handed her a CT driver's license and a TD Bank debit card. The teller questioned the validity of the I.D. and asked for ASM to assist with the transaction. The unknown subject asked if he could make a deposit into an account and then passed the teller a demand note which stated, "I have a knife. Give me the money. All of it". The unknown subject verbally told the teller to not give him a GPS or Dye Pac device. The teller complied and gave the unknown subject funds from her top drawer. The unknown subject took the money, the I.D, debit card and demand note, and then left without further incident. The Southington Police Department is investigating; Sgt. Porter has been assigned.
If you have any information about the identity of this person or where they are, please contact:
CT Financial Task Force:
Case Submission No.: 20180024
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