State police searching for Armagh bank robber
State police are looking for a man who they say robbed S&T Bank in Armagh Tuesday morning.
The man walked into the bank around 10:30 a.m. with a 3-inch knife and demanded money, state police said in a news release. He ran toward some storage sheds west of the bank, then drove off in a vehicle.
The amount of money taken is undetermined, police said.
Police described the man as 5 feet, 6 inches tall with a large frame, “a belly and a deep, loud voice.” He wore a blue Adidas hooded sweatshirt with a front zipper and white vertical stripes under the sleeves, gray sweatpants, blue Skechers shoes, some type of mask and gloves.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 724-357-1960.
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