Man wanted in connection with Lorain Avenue Cleveland bank robbery

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CLEVELAND - Cleveland police and the Cleveland Division of the FBI are looking for the suspect in a Saturday morning US Bank robbery - a suspect may also be involved in three other bank robberies this past week.

The suspect, a man between the ages of 25 and 30, with a medium build and about 5'7"-5'8" in height walked into the Lorain Avenue bank at around 11:45 a.m. He handed the teller a handwritten note that said he had a weapon. He ran out of the bank after receiving cash, but no weapon was ever seen.

The suspect was wearing black knit gloves, a dark hooded sweatshirt, a black hat with a "blinged" brim as well as dark sunglasses also covered with "bling." (rhinestone decorations)

Sources tell Fox 8 that this man may be the same one who robbed three other US Bank branches in the area.   Each time, he give employees a note saying that he is armed, but no weapon is seen.

As always, reward money is available for any information leading to the arrest of the responsible person. Your tips can remain anonymous. The public is asked to contact the Cleveland police or the Cleveland Division of the FBI with any information.

Google Map for coordinates 41.468104 by -81.750790.

9740 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio

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