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| Courtesy Unified Police Dept A masked man robbed a Key Bank at 1939 W. 4700 S. Friday morning.
Man wearing Halloween mask robs Utah bank
First Published Sep 27 2013 03:38 pm • Last Updated Sep 27 2013 06:32 pm

Police are searching for a man who robbed a Taylorsville bank Friday.

The man, wearing a green Halloween mask and a dark hoodie, entered a Key Bank at 1939 W. 4700 South just before noon Friday, according to Unified Police. The man brandished a handgun and yelled that it was a robbery.

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The suspect went to the tellers, handed them a plastic bag, and told them to put money in it, according to police. After the tellers gave the man some cash, he left the bank and was seen leaving in a white car, possibly a Honda or Toyota.

Police are looking for a white slender man, about 5 feet 10 inches tall. The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. If anyone has any information,they are asked to contact the Unified Police Department at 801-743-5890.

Jessica Miller




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