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Police on the lookout for West Hartford bank robber

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WEST HARTFORD – West Hartford police are looking for a suspected bank robber.

Police said on Thursday morning around 8:30 a.m. a man entered a TD Bank on North Main Street,  activating an alarm.

The suspected robber entered the bank through the rear, westside door and approached a teller, handing her a note demanding cash and threatening to hurt her if she didn’t comply.

He did not show nor imply a weapon and he left out the same rear door.
There were no reports of injuries and an undetermined amount of cash was taken.

The suspect was described as a white man in his 30s. He was about 6′ tall with a stocky frame. He was wearing a charcoal grey colored hoodie, a black knit hat and sunglasses. He had light-colored jeans and tan work boots on. He had brown hair, an overgrown beard and stubble.

There is no vehicle description at this time.

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