A Shelbyville bank was robbed Monday. Police are looking for the suspect.
On August 31, at approximately 9:45 AM, Patrol units responded to a hold-up alarm at the Fifth-Third Bank, 110 N. Harrison Street, Shelbyville, In. Patrol units arrived at the scene quickly and determined there was a bank robbery and the suspect had fled the scene.
Investigators with the S.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division were called to the scene. A description of the suspect has been obtained, and is as follows: white, male, wearing glasses, gray long-haired wig, white medical mask, blue latex gloves, faded blue jeans, black tennis shoes, dark-colored long sleeve sweat-shirt.
A weapon was not displayed and no one was harmed during the incident. The Shelbyville Police Department does not believe the public is in danger, at this time.
Anyone with surveillance cameras in the area of the Fifth-Third Bank, or anyone that may have seen this suspect, is urged to call Detective Jason Brown or Deputy Chief Shawn Bennett at 317.392.5118.