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Murray police want to know if you recognize this Key Bank robbery suspect. (Murray police photo)
Murray police seek help in nabbing bank-robbing trio
First Published Apr 09 2013 01:23 pm • Last Updated Apr 11 2013 04:45 pm

Police are asking the public for help in identifying and locating three men who robbed a Key Bank branch office in Murray.

Murray police spokesman Kenny Bass released security camera images Tuesday from the robbery, which occurred March 26 just after 4 p.m. at 5625 S. Waterbury Way.

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The robbers, armed with handguns, entered the bank lobby and ordered employees and customers onto the floor. Two of the men jumped over a counter and scooped an unspecified amount of cash into two duffle bags.

All three fled in a green Toyota Camry that police later found abandoned and determined had been stolen.

Bass described all three robbers as in their mid-20s. One was a white male, about 5-foot-10 and with a thin build, wearing a green hooded sweatshirt, gloves and a mask covering half his face. The second robber, race unknown, was about the same height but stockier; and the third was a white male, also about 5-foot-10 and thin, wearing a black or burgundy hooded sweatshirt, gloves and a mask.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Murray Police Department at 801-840-4000.


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