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5/21/2010 3:32:00 PM
Surveillance photos of bank robbery suspect released
Have you seen this man?

Prescott Valley Police on Friday released surveillance photos of the unknown suspect in Thursday's Country Bank robbery.

Investigators describe the suspect as a dark-skinned male with a thin to average build. He was wearing a white baseball-style shirt with the characters "T2" on the back. The sleeves were 3⁄4-length and dark-colored. He was also wearing a baseball hat, dark pants and white sneakers.

Police discourage anyone from approaching or apprehending the suspect, and instead advise them to call 911 immediately.

On Thursday morning, the suspect demanded money from a clerk and received an undisclosed amount of money. He fled the bank on foot and ran north from the bank.

Nobody was injured during the robbery. There was no weapon seen, according to investigators.

Anyone with information on the suspect should call Detective Martin of the Prescott Valley Police Department's Criminal Investigations section at 772-5142; Sgt. Askew at 772-5114; or after hours at 772-9267. Additionally, anyone with information can call the Yavapai County Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.

The same Country Bank in Prescott Valley was robbed Oct. 30, 2009. Two men, both in their early 50s, were arrested this past March of being the so-called "High Country Bandits" who robbed up to 16 banks and credit unions in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah since September, including the Country Bank. The other Arizona robberies were in Flagstaff, Heber, Pinetop and Payson.

No bank employees were hurt during that robbery.

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