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Salt Lake City police are asking for the public's help to find a suspected bank robber. The man entered the Zions Bank branch at 910 W. 2100 South on Thursday morning, brandished a weapon and demanded money, according to the police. Courtesy Salt Lake City Police Department
Salt Lake City police looking for red-masked bank robber

Heist » Investigators believe witnesses saw the man fleeing the scene.

First Published Jul 11 2013 04:04 pm • Last Updated Jul 22 2013 02:44 pm

Salt Lake City police are asking for the public’s help to find a bank robber who was wearing a distinctive red mask.

The man walked into a Zions Bank branch at 910 W. 2100 South on Thursday morning, brandished a weapon and demanded cash from a teller, according to a police news release. He then left and was last seen heading north on foot, the release adds.

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Investigators believe people in the area, including patrons of nearby businesses, may have seen him. Police ask anyone who knows his whereabouts to call 801-799-3000.

People also can submit anonymous tips by texting TIPSLCPD plus the information to CRIMES (274367) with the reference case 13-108715.

He was a thin, black man who was 6 feet tall, wearing a red mask, light blue or white shirt, dress pants, dress shoes and a multi-colored beanie, according to the release.

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