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Mansfield Police Needs Assistance In Identifying Suspect

3 Nov , 2021  

By 1812Blockhouse

The Mansfield Division Police posted the notice below on social media on Tuesday afternoon:

The Mansfield Division of Police is asking for the community’s assistance in identifying the individual in the attached photos (below).

On Saturday, October 30, this male suspect entered the front door of Chase Bank located at 800 Ashland Road at approximately 9 AM. The male was in the lobby a short time, when he was asked if he needed assistance. The male abruptly advised he had forgotten his wallet and immediately left the bank.

The first two photos show the suspect entering the front door of the bank and in the Lobby area while wearing a blue, medical-type of face mask.

At approximately 1120 AM, the same individual entered the bank from a rear entrance door wearing the same clothing with the exception of wearing a white face mask. The suspect approached a teller and handed her a note demanding money. He then fled out the rear door of the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash at which time he got on a bicycle and pedaled eastbound down Grace Street.

No weapon was observed during the robbery and the suspect was not located.

The suspect is described as a White male, possibly Hispanic, approximately 5’11” tall weighing 170 pounds. The male appears to have a beard under his face mask. We are asking that anyone who can identify this male and/or has additional information to please contact Major Crimes Detective Terry Butler at (419) 755-9791.

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