SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Police officials continue to search for a suspect that brazenly robbed a Scarsdale bank late Saturday morning.
Scarsdale detectives, members of the White Plains office of the FBI, the Westchester County Police and the District Attorney’s office had a busy weekend, reviewing surveillance videotape of a man who walked into Webster Bank on Popham Road Saturday morning who made off with cash.
Investigators have not identified how much money was stolen.
The suspect – believed to be Caucasian, approximately 6-feet tall and 200 pounds – walked into the bank shortly after 11 a.m. on Saturday sporting a yellow hat, long sleeves and sunglasses, demanding cash. According to Scarsdale Police Capt. Thomas Altizio, he presented no weapon, and no injuries were reported.
In photos released by police, the robber can be seen handing a note that reads “GIVE ME ALL YOUR (…)” before taking off with the money.
After stealing the cash, the suspect ran east onto Popham Road, where he was sought by police using bloodhounds to track him. As of Monday morning, no arrest had been made in the robbery.
Police have reached out to the public for information on the weekend’s Webster Bank robbery. Anonymous tips can be submitted to detectives by texting VSPDTIP and the tip to 847411, calling (914) 722-1200 or online .
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