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Westminster police release 'best image' of NWSB bank robber

Westminster police release 'best image' of NWSB bank robber
The Westminster Police Department released surveillance photos of the man believed to have robbed the New Windsor State Bank on WMC Drive on Friday, Feb. 8. (Westminster Police / Courtesy photo)

Westminster police released another image of the man who robbed the NWSB bank on Feb. 8, calling it the “best image uncovered to date,” in the case.

The image shows the man head-on, although his face is still obstructed by large black sunglasses and a maroon-colored hoodie sweatshirt tied tightly around his face.

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He is described as a tall white male, about 6 feet in height, possibly in his 20s, with a thin build. The suspect was also wearing dark-colored pants and high-top style shoes at the time of the robbery.

The Westminster Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for this bank robbery.

The Westminster Police Department released surveillance photos of the man believed to have robbed the New Windsor State Bank on Friday, Feb. 8.
The Westminster Police Department released surveillance photos of the man believed to have robbed the New Windsor State Bank on Friday, Feb. 8. (Courtesy Westminster Police Department)

Police said the man entered the bank in the College Square shopping center on WMC Drive at around 4:15 p.m. Friday, approached the teller station and handed the teller a note announcing a robbery. The teller handed the robbery suspect an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect then fled on foot.

The suspect allegedly had a knife, but no customers or employees were injured, police said.

Citizens who may have witnessed this incident or who have information as to the identity of the suspect are asked to contact Sgt. Rick Lambert, Westminster Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau, at 410-848-4646, or send a confidential text to 847411, keyword TIPWPD or contact the TIPS line at 410-857-8477.

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