SANTA ROSA, CA — The Santa Rosa Police Division is investigating a financial institution theft reported Friday on Stony Level Highway.
At 1:04 p.m., a person walked into the Change Financial institution, 499 Stony Level Highway, and handed a observe to a teller. Within the observe he claimed to be armed with a gun and demanded cash, police mentioned.
The teller gave an unknown amount of money to the suspect, who then walked out of the financial institution and left in an unknown automobile, in line with Santa Rosa police Sgt. Christopher Mahurin.
No staff or purchasers have been injured, the sergeant mentioned.
Quite a few officers have been despatched to the financial institution and searched the world extensively for the suspect however he was not discovered, Mahurin mentioned.
The suspect was described as a white or light-skinned Hispanic man in his mid 20s to early 30s with a husky construct who was between 5 ft 11 inches and 6 ft tall.
Santa Rosa police launched surveillance pictures of the suspect who was sporting a darkish grey hooded sweatshirt, a blue surgical masks, blue gloves, white footwear and a black knitted hat that had two lengthy strings and white eyes stitched on the entrance.
The suspect additionally had a purple tattoo on the left aspect of his neck, in line with police.
Detectives want to converse with anybody who could have data associated to the theft, together with anybody who could have witnessed the theft however has not but spoken with police. Anybody with data is inspired to name the Santa Rosa Police Violent Crimes Group at 707-543-3590.
A reward as much as $2,500 is being provided by the Sonoma County Alliance Group Engagement and Security Rewards Fund for data resulting in the arrest of the suspect or suspects concerned within the theft.