By Mary O’KEEFE
Law enforcement is continuing its investigation into the Bank of America robbery that occurred on Sept. 9.
At 12:50 p.m., a man described as Hispanic in his 30s entered the BofA in the 3100 block of Foothill Boulevard and presented a teller with a note demanding money. She complied and the man left with an undetermined amount of cash.
There were other people in the bank at the time of the robbery. No one was injured and there were no weapons reported seen by witnesses, said Sgt. Debra Herman of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
The man fled on foot however it is thought he had a vehicle nearby.
The initial reports of the suspect’s appearance varied slightly from the bank’s surveillance footage released to sheriff detectives.
“It all happens so fast,” explained Sgt. Ray Harley.
The suspect was reported to have a muscular build and was wearing jeans, a gray wide striped shirt and a baseball cap. He reportedly had a tattoo on his neck.
Anyone with information concerning the robbery is asked to contact the CV Sheriff’s Station at (818) 248-3464. Tips can remain anonymous.