The Cahokia police department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect of a bank robbery Saturday.
Police responded to the robbery at the Cahokia Branch of the Regions Bank at 900 Upper Cahokia Road at 11:43 a.m., according to KPLR.
The man, described as a black man with a dark mustache and goatee in his early 30s and about 6 feet tall and weighing 170 pounds, was wearing a brown baseball cap and a brown T-shirt with a LEVI logo. He had dark-colored pants and light-colored shoes on, KPLR reports.
According to KPLR, the man walked into the bank and approached the first teller. He gave the teller multiple envelopes and told the teller to fill them. No weapon was shown or mentioned.
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After the teller filled the envelopes with cash, the man calmly walked out of the the bank and then ran south on Upper Cahokia Road for about one block before going into a neighborhood, KPLR reports.
An alert teller next to the teller’s window hit the silent alarm when they noticed something peculiar. Police arrived two minutes later.
Cahokia police are working with the FBI and the Illinois State Police on the incident.
If you have any information, contact the Cahokia Police Department at 618-337-9505 or Crime-Stoppers.