EVERETT — A robber who handed a teller a note indicating he had a weapon robbed Cascade Bank Wednesday of an undisclosed amount of money.
The robber escaped on foot and was last seen heading north in the bank parking lot at 6920 Evergreen Way, FBI spokesman Ray Lauer said.
The robber walked into the bank about 12:05 p.m. and gave a teller a note demanding money, Lauer said.
The note implied the robber had a weapon, although the teller didn’t see one.
The teller complied with the note, and the robber fled the bank.
Witnesses described him as a white man, about 35, 6-feet, 180 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair in a ponytail.
He wore wire-framed glasses, blue jeans and a "ratty T-shirt" with some unknown writing on it.
He appeared scruffy, with one or two days growth of beard, Lauer said.
Investigators don’t know if the man fits the pattern of any other robberies, he said.
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