"Get into the bank, now," said the robber to the witness, who recounted her story to the police shortly after the robbery at 9:46 a.m. at 1905 Centre St.
Several witnesses said the robber was a white male, with a black mustache, wearing a white knit hat, black zip-up hooded sweatshirt, sunglasses and white sneakers.
A teller told police the suspect burst into the bank, seemed agitated, and made his way past at least one teller before settling on one, and said, "This is a robbery, give me all the big bills." The teller complied with the robber, who was keeping his left hand inside his jacket is if he had a weapon. The robber did not show a weapon at any time.
After getting some money, the robber said that it wasn't enough money and said, "No, all the money." At that time the teller handed him more money and no dye pack, according to a police report. No specific amount of money has been determined as of yet.
A witness told police that the robber seemed very angry, loud and aggressive. A witness told police that after the robber left the bank he allegedly got into a black motor vehicle with a dent in the passenger side door with the driver slouching down and drove by the bank on Park Street and onto Centre.
A description of the suspect was given out to all units, but the man was not found.
Officers did call in a K-9 unit, and the dog got a hit at 17 Park St. and brought the officers into the rear of the building where they found an open door. A search of the building found no suspects and was secured by the police.