Maryville police are asking for the public's help to find out more about an all-terrain vehicle used Friday to rob a bank.
Police issued photos and a description of the ATV Thursday.
According to Sgt. Brandon Ponce, the ATV with a side-by-side seat and a utility bed was found behind a nearby residence a short time after the robbery.
"We are seeking witnesses who may have observed this ATV/Utility vehicle anytime in the past," Ponce said. "Anyone who has seen this vehicle in past is asked to call the Maryville Police Department at 618-344-8899."
The vehicle has several stickers on it including one that says "In memory of Mike Meurer" and another that said "Power Force" on the left side. It also had a sticker for Manley performance parts on the hood and right front fender.
Police believe the suspect may have been seen by witnesses driving the ATV on Formosa north of W. Kirsch Road in Troy a short time prior to the robbery, Ponce said.
According to Maryville Deputy Police Chief Rob Carpenter, at about 10:20 a.m. Friday a suspect wearing all camouflage clothing and blue goggles sped up to two employees of the First Collinsville Bank location at 2729 Maryville Road as they were servicing an automated teller machine in the bank parking lot.
The subject told the bank tellers to move out of the way, according to Carpenter. The suspect then removed the canisters containing an undisclosed amount of money and fled south on the ATV.
The suspect, who did not display a weapon, was last seen riding on a frontage road near Interstate 55-70. He is described as being 5-foot-8 inches to 5-foot-10 inches in height.
Contact reporter Scott Wuerz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618-239-2626.