Bridgeport Police Find Blaze Orange Mask Used in White Oak Bank Robbery
Huntington Bank surveillance image | Photo courtesy of Bridgeport Police
Buick-style car similar to what police are looking for.
Bridgeport Police have recovered what is believed to be the blaze orange toboggan used to cover the robber's face in the Huntington Bank robbery Monday. It was found about one mile up Adamsville Road, off of Saltwell Road. Police are urging anyone with information to contact the tip line at 304-848-6149. Police said the suspect is about 5'6'' and approximately 200 lbs. At the time of the robbery, he was wearing a dark blue 'West Virginia' zip up hooded sweatshirt with a dark undershirt, wide leg jeans, and dark tennis shoes. The vehicle he was in was a 4-door sedan, light blue in color.
Police are investigating an armed robbery at Huntington Bank located at White Oaks Monday.
Police are looking for a man, who is less than 6 feet tall and driving a light blue Buick style car, according to Bridgeport Police. Traffic in the White Oaks area was moving slowly as police searched vehicles and businesses in the area. A surveillance image from the bank indicated the robber had a hand gun and police said the robber left with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Multiple law enforcement agencies including Bridgeport Police, Clarksburg Police, FBI Police, Harrison County Drug & Violent Crime Task Force, the DEA, and the U.S. Marshals Service responded to the scene. Law enforcement began reviewing surveillance footage shortly after the incident happened.
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