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Suspect sought in Swatara Township bank robbery

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are hoping that someone can help them catch their suspect in a suburban Harrisburg bank robbery.

Swatara Township police have released surveillance photos from the Mid Penn Bank at 4509 Derry Street, where the robbery occurred Monday at 2:36 p.m.

The robber handed a note to one of the tellers that made mention of a gun, but no weapon was displayed, police said. He fled through the front doors and was last seen running to the east side of the bank.

Officers searched the area but were unable to find a suspect. No one was injured.

The robber was described as a black male, possibly in his 30's, approximately 5'10" tall and weighing about 220 pounds. He was wearing a black baseball hat, large black sunglasses, black cargo-style shorts, a plain white T-shirt, black sneakers, and white socks pulled up over his shins.

Anyone with information may call the Swatara Township Police Department at 717-564-2550.

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