SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — Police in Santa Rosa are asking for the general public’s help discovering a suspect who robbed a financial institution Friday afternoon.
In line with authorities, shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, a male suspect entered the Alternate Financial institution at 499 Stony Level Highway and handed a be aware to the teller demanded cash and claiming to be armed.
The teller gave an unspecified amount of money to the suspect and he exited the financial institution, driving off in an unknown car. No financial institution staff or clients had been injured throughout the incident.
Arriving Santa Rosa cops searched the realm for the suspect however had been unable to find him or the suspect car. The suspect was described as a White or light-skinned Hispanic male, in his mid-20’s to early-30’s, roughly 5 ft 11 inches to six ft tall with a “husky” construct.
The suspect was carrying a darkish gray hooded sweatshirt, blue surgical masks, blue gloves, white sneakers and a black knitted hat that had two lengthy strings and white eyes stitched on the entrance, in line with police. The suspect additionally had a crimson tattoo on the left facet of his neck.
Santa Rosa police tweeted out surveillance digicam pictures of the suspect Friday afternoon.
Financial institution Theft – Want HELP to ID Suspect
At the moment at 1pm, suspect entered Alternate Financial institution of Stony Level Rd. He claimed to be armed and handed a be aware demanding cash Description: White or mild pores and skin Hispanic male, m20’s-e30’s, husky construct, 6ft, crimson tattoo left facet of neck (1 of two) pic.twitter.com/fvkkut873l
— Santa Rosa Police (@SantaRosaPolice) December 5, 2020
The investigation into the financial institution theft is ongoing. Detectives are in search of anybody who might have info associated to the incident. Anybody who witnessed the theft is requested to name the Santa Rosa Police Violent Crimes Workforce at 707-543-3590. A reward as much as $2,500 is being supplied by the Sonoma County Alliance Group Engagement and Security Rewards Fund for any info resulting in the arrest of the suspect or suspects concerned on this theft.