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(KSL News) Salt Lake City Police have released surveillance video of a bank robbery in the hope it helps lead them to the culprit.
The surveillance video caught images of a man robbing a teller at the Washington Federal Savings Bank at 2200 South Highland Drive. It happened Monday afternoon.
Police say the man walked up to a teller and lifted up his shirt to show off a gun. He handed the teller a grocery bag and told her to fill it with cash. Police say once the man got money, he left the bank on foot.
The suspect is between 5-foot-7 and 5-foot-10. He has scabs on his arm and a gap between his front teeth. The robber was last seen in a a long-sleeved shirt and a red baseball cap.
Anyone with information about the robber is asked to call Salt Lake Police at 799-INFO.